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Editorial: Registration

For the next week, the Kelley Center will be full of frantic students searching for last-minute class codes, PINs and asking various questions about their schedules for next semester. Registration is just an added anxiety to our already hectic college lives.
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Editorial Board: Help interns

Magazine publisher Conde Nast recently announced the cessation of its internship program come 2014. The announcement surfaces in the wake of a lawsuit, started by a former intern who sued because she said she wasn’t paid anything and worked long hours.
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Editorial: Seek the truth

Many people live in a world that is governed by sensationalism. Why is it so easy for people to accept what’s given to them? It could be because of ignorance. Not enough information is given to allow them to make their own decisions, or they choose, for whatever reason, to live in their own bubble.
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Editorial Board: Gridlock

In an effort to strike down the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) (we put the common name next to the legal one in parenthesis because many don’t know they’re one and the same), Republicans have refused to allow the passage of a new federal budget. The logic is: Stopping everything else so that Democrats are forced to rethink Obamacare is worth a temporary shutdown of nonessential government payments.
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Editorial Board: Unconvinced

We were young. We went to school on Sept. 11 thinking it’d be another day of recess, multiplication tables and art class. Instead, we watched teachers whisper to one another, we watched our classmates disappear as their parents took them out of school and then, in dimly lit classrooms, already in mourning, we watched the news.
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Editorial: Not Terrified

We can call ourselves the 9/11 generation. The memories from that cloudless, temperate day in 2001 must have surged through so many minds on this cloudless, temperate Monday – now known for a challenge to...

Editorial: For the family

There are two separate sides to this campus. There is the stage that only the students see, and there is the angle that only the staff can see. From that angle, this place is where they make a living. They...

Legalize Love

An atheist, a practicing Catholic and a baptized Catholic walk into Fairfield University. When the Supreme Court asks their opinion on gay marriage, they all agreed that it should be legal throughout the...

Falling short at the highest levels

What does it mean to be a victim today? In the news outside of our quiet campus bubble, institutions traditionally associated with honor, integrity and respect have been losing legs to stand on. Last...