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Bryce Wyles


Book banning is a form of censorship used purely to preserve certain notions of what people — most often, children and imprisoned people — should think.

WYLES: Celebrate banned books

Book banning is a form of censorship used purely to preserve certain notions of what people — most often, children and imprisoned people — should think.

I call on the University to swiftly eliminate all attendance policies across Grounds.

WYLES: Stop marking attendance

If the University eradicates all attendance mandates and policies from its teachers’ syllabi, students will feel less pressure to come to class with coughs, sniffles and sore throats, even if they aren’t caused by COVID-19. 

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