BY MELEK CANSU PETEK (ELIT/II)

BY MELEK CANSU PETEK (ELIT/II)

March 17, 2014

We are all different. That much must be obvious, right? Yet we tend to forget this simple fact so often that we end up comparing ourselves with others to pique our self-loathing, as if

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Digitalized Music: Evil, or a Savior?

Digitalized Music: Evil, or a Savior?

March 17, 2014

The way music is stored and accessed has been transformed numerous times in the past, adapting to improving technology and the needs of consumers. Over the course of only a few decades, music recordings

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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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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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