Quite frankly, your costume is offensive

As the Halloween suspense sets in, students all across campus are clamoring to find costumes for "Halloweekend," the three-day bar crawl and house party celebrations that are coming up this weekend. If you're making the choice to venture outside of more traditional Halloween costumes like being a witch or some sort of an animal, someone somewhere is probably going to cringe when they see you, or be offended at your costume idea. 


In bed with brands: Falling in love with your technology

The days get colder, the nights get longer, and I, for one, end up cuddled up to my Apple products. It doesn’t feel the slightest bit strange to me, but a Mac is resting on my lap while an iPhone is propped up on my bed. Could we be any more intimate? No, actually, and that might be a problem.


Only Bernie Sanders can defeat Trump, not Clinton

We know the threat. Republican Party frontrunner Donald Trump, has denounced Mexican immigrants as rapists and murderers. He’s called for the forcible deportation of millions of undocumented immigrants and for revoking their U.S.-born children’s birthright citizenship. This would amount to a 21st century-style Trail of Tears. It would require a massive population transfer akin to the worst chapters of the last century. 


Breast cancer thrives on vain attitudes

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. As millions across the nation break out their pink shirts and knee high socks, the attention of the masses shifted to “saving the ta-ta’s.” With “I Heart Boobies” bracelets, pink hair ribbons, pink lemonade flavored 5-hour ENERGY shots and more, everyone has the chance to showcase their assumed support for this terrible disease.

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