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Scotland votes no

Well folks, the vote is in and Scotland has spoken. Scots have chosen not to become their own independent country and are staying with the United Kingdom; for now at…

Too close to call for Scottish vote

During the course of the past few years Scotland has seen a growing desire to become separated from the United Kingdom. The polls have closed, but the results are swaying…

Why don’t we protest more?

On Sept. 2, the story of Emma Sulkowicz and her mattress hit the media. Sulkowicz, a student at Columbia University, was raped when she was a sophomore, and has now…

Campus Occurrences

August 18 – September 19 Wednesday, Aug. 20 10:45 p.m. – One student cited for underage drinking, Cleland Hall Saturday, Aug. 30 10:46 p.m. – Two students cited for fire…

From the editor in chief: Courier editorial policy

In the first edition of the Courier each year, we publish policies of the newspaper regarding censorship and freedom of expression. If readers have questions or concerns about these policies,…

SOfIA students research Scottish referendum

To call Scotland’s relationship with England contentious would be quite accurate. The two countries have history dating back to before there was a Union of the Crowns in 1603. It…

Comments on President Wyatt

“I was a member of the presidential search committee. News of this vacancy generated a very strong pool of presidential candidates. We feel we asked the best candidate to be…

Chimin’ In

In our final issue, we on the Courier staff would like to thank students, faculty and staff for their contributions to our paper, whether it is answering questions for a…

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