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Coloring outside Brown College's boundaries

"SO, WHERE are you living this year?" my friends asked me excitedly when I passed them for the first time on Grounds this fall. "Uh, Brown College," I muttered under my breath, bracing myself for the inevitable. "Ohhhhh ... cool," they replied, backing away slowly. "Hey!


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Silent moment stifles schools

AS PUBLIC schools all over Virginia began another rousing academic year on Tuesday, students were asked to observe a moment of silence before they began their day.


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Two words: not controversial

SOME THINGS in life are worth worrying about. Some things are not. Two words shouted in the middle of a song at a college football game are not. Certainly one can empathize with those who take serious offense at the "Not Gay!" refrain in the middle of "The Good Old Song." This is a debate that has engaged the University - or at least, this fine publication - every year without fail.


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Suggesting solutions to college's quirks

IT'S THE little things in life that make all the difference. No matter what the situation, if every person involved made a conscious effort to improve at least small aspect of his or her life, then the world truly would be a better place.


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Rankings express quantity, not quality

OR MOST of us, the choice of which college to attend involves a great deal of our ego. Where we apply shows a what we think of ourselves, and most of us enjoyed hearing people's positive reactions when we told them we were coming to the University.

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Today, we sit down with both the president and treasurer of the Virginia women's club basketball team to discuss everything from making free throws to recent increased viewership in women's basketball.