Living Together

Living Together

March 17, 2014

Allow me to get this out of the way: Textbook examples of symbiosis are boring. They are not boring because the interactions themselves are uninteresting—far from it, in fact, for even well-known mutualisms (such

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

March 17, 2014

By M. Furkan Akıncı (LAW/IV)

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BY SENA KAYASÜ (ARCH/II)

BY SENA KAYASÜ (ARCH/II)

March 10, 2014

I realized this week that my first two opinion pieces this term were both about movies. I love watching movies very much, and some are quite thought provoking, but I know there are people

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BY SERA ULUSOY (MAN/III)

BY SERA ULUSOY (MAN/III)

March 10, 2014

“All right, all right, all right.” Yes, the very famous Matthew McConaughey lines. And yes, I know some of you still feel like Leonardo DiCaprio deserved an Oscar for his wonderful acting in the

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ENEMIES OF ART

ENEMIES OF ART

March 10, 2014

According to many, John Cage was one of the most influential composers of the 20th century. I am not going to talk about his music career or his style, but instead concentrate on his

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Faces on Campus

Faces on Campus

March 10, 2014

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

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Dare to Finish

Dare to Finish

March 3, 2014

Approximately two months ago, I was pretty sure that I should drop out of school. That may look like an impulsive decision at first glance, but a part of me knew there was more

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Demolition Myth

Demolition Myth

March 3, 2014

If you recall the Kojiki column from a few weeks back, you’ll remember my comment that most creation myths begin with a progenitor deity manifesting from the primordial chaos and begetting the first (and

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