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A Better View of Africa

I was born in Mauritania (West Africa). When I was growing up, I thought my continent and my country were the best in the world. There may be many reasons for my opinions. It may have been because I was young and I did not have any other country or continent to compare it with.

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Report from CASA

I am pleased to report that ever since I became the President, we the Student Government have managed to make a lot of accomplishments with the help of student leaders all over this campus.

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High School Students at Lehman

Is it just me, or is the campus being overrun by high school kids who have no right being on a college campus? They flood the campus in droves and it’s getting to a point where we can’t move from Carman to the Apex properly or in time. They are the reason why Lehman is so packed.

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Education at Arm’s Length

If I have one grievance about education today, it is with the practice of teaching at arm’s length and, while I know there are reasons for this, I still find it has an effect that is most alienating to instructors and students.

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Age is Nothing But a Number

Now that Plock attends Lehman, she says it is a rewarding experience. “People my age go to Atlantic City or make pottery, and that is very boring and dull,” she said.

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Pataki Proposes Rigid TAP Requirements and Tuition Increases for CUNY

Facing a budget deficit crisis, the state executive has put forth budget recommendations that include a $300 annual tuition increase and stringent changes for students to be eligible to receive TAP.

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The Body Remembers

Our mind may remember in bits and flashes, but it is our body that remembers the fear and the pain.

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Student Health Center: BITES

Foot health, do you take care of your feet? 3 out of 4 Americans experience serious foot problems in their lifetime, but only a small percentage of the population is born with foot problems.

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I’m with Stupid

Stupidity is a lack of intelligence, perception, or common sense. So if one chooses not to read material vital to a class, you may view that as laziness, but paying $500 for a course and not doing what is necessary to succeed in that course reeks of stupidity.

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The Land of the Not So Free:

Conspiracy theory paranoia is no longer a feature film fantasy. Everyday law-abiding citizens are questioning the direction in which our country is headed.

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