Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

April 21, 2014

Ömer Karaduman (ECON/IV) & Hazal Koptagel (CS/IV)

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Little Did We Know

Little Did We Know

April 14, 2014

Writing fiction is unbelievably fun, so much so that I can’t stop myself from getting animated, jumping on chairs and tables, laughing and being amazed at an idea that has just popped up in

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A Couple of Words on Autism

A Couple of Words on Autism

April 14, 2014

I do not write often about genetics—as well I shouldn’t, since this is a column for general audiences, and genetics is one of the most jargon-infested fields out there (that, and I am not

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Why Music Reviewing Matters

Why Music Reviewing Matters

April 14, 2014

I was inspired to write such a column when I watched an hour-long panel from SXSW 2014 about the relevance of music reviewing, in which two of my favorite reviewers, Anthony Fantano and Myke

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

April 14, 2014

By M. Furkan Akıncı (LAW/IV)

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BY SENA KAYASÜ (ARCH/II)

BY SENA KAYASÜ (ARCH/II)

April 7, 2014

I’ve always seen how difficult it is to organize an event by observing other people doing it. It requires a total commitment to that event, in terms of time, effort and brainpower. The organizer

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“War is peace; Freedom is slavery; Ignorance is strength.”

“War is peace; Freedom is slavery; Ignorance is strength.”

April 7, 2014

It was my junior year in high school when I read George Orwell’s “1984,” and first came across the above lines. Those who have read this heartbreakingly realistic and perfectly depicted yet incredibly scary

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Jethro Tull

Jethro Tull

April 7, 2014

Starting from the late 60s and continuing until the end of the 70s, British prog-rock bands produced dozens of great records. Bands like King Crimson, Genesis, Yes, Pink Floyd, Camel, Emerson Lake and Palmer,

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