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Romance still alive on college campuses

Recently, I decided to become attuned with my inner old lady and caught an episode of Nightline. Over the course of the program, a reporter made the startling claim that romance in our generation is dead. Various statistics about the boudoirs of collegiate men and women were outlined and several anecdotes from university kids were featured. All these statistics support the idea that dating, romance and charm have left and what remains is a culture of hook-ups and the regretful drunken escapades of a generation enthralled by the newfound freedom...
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Bullying of LGBT must come to end

Fear is often the motivation behind deplorable acts. Fear of the unknown, of change, of oneself — these are merely excuses and not justification for bullying. But when does teasing and taunting become too much? At what point does being menacing become being a menace to society? It is the moment the victim feels like a victim. These past couple of weeks, an unprecedented number of teens committed suicide due to routine verbal attacks for being who they are, who they were born. These teenagers, some younger than 13, were...
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