When one thinks of Phish, lengthy jams and snide hippy jokes often crop up first, but hardly ever their songwriting prowess. Furthermore, when one asks a Phish fan their thoughts on lead singer and guitar player Trey Anastasio’s side projects, they will probably be greeted with an eye-roll and a lengthy explanation as to either why these albums are the greatest thing to ever happen to Phish or the worst possible thing to ever happen to Phish.
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After I read the article ""Race deserves no place in university admissions"" in Tuesday's issue of The Daily Cardinal, I struggled with how to explain the intent of the author. I was caught wholly off-guard by the call for an end to affirmative action.
The beauty of a humanities education lies in how many times you're forced to think about current events based on something you've been taught.
As many of you know, there has been a recent outcry over the ASM endorsement for the LGBT Equality March in Washington D.C. Perhaps you didn't know that over 50 student body presidents around the country have endorsed this march already, among them being leaders from UCLA, Princeton, Yale, Cornell, Tufts, Stanford, University of Chicago, University of Minnesota, and American; need I go on?