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Letter to the Editor

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So you want to lecture students on good spending habits? Great. They need it. As a demographic, college students are a sorry bunch when it comes to managing their money.

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Opinions

To tip or not to tip shouldn’t be a question

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“Thank you guys, please come again,” our waiter said as he gave us the check for our meal and left to attend to another party. Almost immediately my friend looks at the check, pulls out his amount and starts to leave.

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Meat can eat me

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The first time I drove through Kansas, I was assaulted by a nauseating stench. It smelled like the cow barn at my hometown’s farm show, only a million times worse.

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English: What’s it to ya?

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As jargon penetrates deeper into the English language and widens the divide between its speakers, the language evolves.

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  • English: What’s it to ya?

    As jargon penetrates deeper into the English language and widens the divide between its speakers, the language evolves.

  • Meat can eat me

    The first time I drove through Kansas, I was assaulted by a nauseating stench. It smelled like the cow barn at my hometown’s farm show, only a million times worse.

  • To tip or not to tip shouldn’t be a question

    “Thank you guys, please come again,” our waiter said as he gave us the check for our meal and left to attend to another party. Almost immediately my friend looks at the check, pulls out his amount and starts to leave.

  • Letter to the Editor

    So you want to lecture students on good spending habits? Great. They need it. As a demographic, college students are a sorry bunch when it comes to managing their money.

  • Textbooks create Red Sea divide

    Textbooks can be a nuisance. Purchasing a textbook and sometimes never even using it is one of my biggest frustrations.