Column: Facebook and you
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Column: Facebook and you

Imagine it's your 40th birthday. Give or take a few years, it's around 2030 and you are, like it or not, a middle-aged person of the numerically official…

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Editorial: Harming primates is unethical
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Editorial: Harming primates is unethical

Animal testing is often justified through utilitarianism, which states that the suffering of the few is worth the gain of the many. This is the stance taken by…

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Guest Opinion: Prop. 25 could be answer to higher education funding problems
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Guest Opinion: Prop. 25 could be answer to higher education funding problems

In recent weeks, college students across California have been inundated with TV, radio, and Internet ads in the governor's race. Young people have come to understand how their…

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Column: Think long and hard
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Column: Think long and hard

Do you ever find yourself drifting off in thought when you're really supposed to be paying attention - getting lost in, say, musings of your day or what…

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Column: Weight loss mythbusters
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Column: Weight loss mythbusters

When I first lost weight, some friends who hadn't seen me in a while would compare my loss to someone else they knew who had lost weight. In…

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Column: Vote for sanity
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Column: Vote for sanity

In a matter of hours, America will be making the fundamental "Decision 2010." Whether it is change for better or worse is anybody's guess. What we cannot afford…

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Editorial: Animal research
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Editorial: Animal research

Two weeks ago, during National Primate Liberation Week, activists on the quad protested against the use of non-human primates at the California National Primate Research Center (CNPRC) on…

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Column: Election Day
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Column: Election Day

Election day is nearly upon us and it's time to buckle down and study the voter information guide. Last Friday while visiting home, I was contemplating how I…

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Column: Paranoia, paranoia
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Column: Paranoia, paranoia

Howdy, Aggies. Did you have a good Halloween? Was it positively spooky? Was it full of debauchery, drunken diatribes and dangerous drugs?

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Editorial: Congressional elections
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Editorial: Congressional elections

Having controlled the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate for the past two years, Democrats have little to gain and much to lose in next week's congressional elections.…

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Letter to the Editor: Democrats working hard
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Letter to the Editor: Democrats working hard

The Davis College Democrats are concerned that students were left with the wrong impression after reading Tuesday's column, "Change we didn't sell," by Fayia Sellu. While we don't…

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Column: An election Dunn right
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Column: An election Dunn right

Column: Putting down Giant roots
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Column: Putting down Giant roots

The last time the Giants won the World Series the year was 1954; Willie Mays was the strength of the outfield, Dusty Rhodes led the offense with his…

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Column: Sister Wives and Oprah
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Column: Sister Wives and Oprah

The TLC reality show "Sister Wives" follows Koby Brown, his four wives (Christine, Meri, Janelle and Robyn) and their combined 16 children. Basically they're one big happy polygamist,…

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Column: Epic aventura pupusa
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Column: Epic aventura pupusa

Remember the days when we were young and were forced to eat things we didn't like? We've all been there, stubborn children refusing to do what our parents…

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