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Random Search

July 2005 was a year after the Republican National Convention, but it brought a change to the city that seemed more fitting for the RNC. This steamy month in the middle of yet another New York City summer was the official start of random bag searches on the New York City subway.
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Examination of Self

You know, it's been an amazing (school) year. I've been thinking of the awesomeness a lot recently, especially in the 30 hour span of time in which I had to make the "marching band's funniest videos" montage.
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A Not-So-Quiet Riot

The Kelly Riot was a step in the right direction. There, I said it. I think that students rallying around a cause and getting a little violent while doing it is a good idea. For those of you unaware as to what we’re talking about, Tabler, Roth and Kelly Quad and West Apartments lost power on Wednesday, May 7 from approximately 1:30 AM to 3:30 AM.
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I Love Me Somes Half Naked Boys…Yummy

There are so many things I love about spring: the smell of flowers, the perpetual sunshine, and the shirtless boys on the Staller steps. Every time I walk by the steps, I take a look over to the lawn to see if there are any hot, beautiful boys practicing capoeira or just playing Ultimate Frisbee.
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Ain’t Nothing Wrong With Being a Slut

What the world needs right now is more sluts. We have a surplus of pimps, playas, macks, and playboys, but a drastic shortagte of sluts. Not to say that there arent plenty of horny, promiscuous women and girls who have little or no qualms about having pleasent sex with relative strangers with no strings attached.
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Screw You SBU, I’m Going Home

With Stony Brook facing a massive $20 million budget cut, graduate students calling for fairer stipends and more than 150 professors, adjuncts and faculty expressing their lack of confidence in the university's leadership, the departure of two leading professors in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) couldn't
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Let the Torch Burn

Any man, woman or child who proclaims him or herself to be a sports fan takes great pride in doing so. We choose sports, teams, and players to idolize and identify with to bolster up as our heroes and role models. This is often a decision driven by the shared qualities we recognize between our heroes and ourselves, like a certain attitude, a physical appearance, a set of values, or a history of success and excellence. In some cases it is a history of failure and shortcomings that help us relate to an athlete or team.