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Michelle Kwan for president: Art unites, not divides

Think about this: Michelle Kwan, 2016.

Religion is not an independent entity

In a March 30 article in the Vatican’s newspaper, Monsignor Vittorio Formenti said that Catholicism is no longer the dominant religion in the world.

Judging by the books

I remember when my friend Dan first told me he loved Kurt Vonnegut, one of my favorite authors — ever.

Obama is to Hillary as young is to old

As the critical Pennsylvania Democratic primary draws ever closer, the Obama-versus-Clinton drama is reaching its boiling point.

Letter to the Editor

When Barack Obama talks about change, what he means is changing the way government is run.

Back to basics: Over-marketed coffee

Coffee shops have a lot going for them, not the least of which is the charm of their understated simplicity — after all, people just want coffee.

Choreographing diversity is common, wrong

In an article last Monday, “Michelle Obama speaks at presidential rally in Skibo Gym,” The Tartan discussed Michelle Obama’s visit to our campus.

Elections — over on the first try

We want to congratulate student government, and specifically the Elections Board, for making this year’s elections a process worth being involved in.

Presidential Perspectives

Campus elections came and went, and with that, my term as your student body president goes into that lame duck phase.

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