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OPINIONS
Monday, October 4, 2004
photo Dirty laundry leading to dirty behavior

Laundry. It's the most hated chore for a college student. No matter how many or few clothes an individual has, every college student does laundry at least once a year.

Laundry is a tedious task that inevitably leads to an encounter with another aggressive laundry-doer. There is always that one another person that makes it a fact to act like a grande enema when in the laundry room.

The laundry room is a transformer. Normal, nice, everyday people revolve 180 degrees to become your worst enemy. Who someone is in the laundry room is not that person in the real world. Doing laundry is not that serious, and the fact that people make it seem so is appalling. [Read article]

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Best news is fake news

I cannot count how many times I've had the same debate with my fellow political junkies on campus. We go through the general issues of today, but we eventually arrive at the same place: discussing the sad state of most American media outlets. After we both vent a little frustration, I eventually raise the argument that Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" is, sadly, probably the best place to get unbiased and unafraid news reporting and analysis. [Read article]

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Non-residents can't vote in AZ elections

On Thursday, a professor of mine passed out voter registration forms to a full Social Sciences auditorium. While this in and of itself encourages participation in the political process is a good thing it was what she said while distributing them that was disconcerting. She claimed that even if a student was a resident of another state they could still vote in Arizona. [Read article]

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