Opinion

Column: Memories

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There are few memories that remain in our minds more vividly than adventures, excursions and mishaps that happen between fathers, sons and brothers.

Recent scandals in athletics serve as reminders that athletes are humans too

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From cycling to basketball to running, sports as a whole have had an alarming number of scandals recently. Double-amputee and Olympian sprinter, Oscar Pistorius, has been charged with the shocking murder of his girlfriend on Valentine’s Day this year.

Column: Suffering

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It’s difficult to keep three concurrent literature classes from blending together in one’s mind.

Column: Names

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Question. How would you pronounce my name? Let me guess, you think it’s “Lee,” right?

Carnival Cruise complaints valid, but reveal first-world comforts that are taken for granted

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Carrying more than 4,200 people, the cruise ship had suffered a loss of electricity and its propulsion system when a blaze erupted in the engine room Sunday, Feb. 10. The 893-foot Carnival Triumph was left drifting in the Gulf of Mexico, 150 miles off the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula.

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