Chilean Miners Wait a Day to Avoid “Coming Out” Confusion

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Chilean Miners Wait a Day to Avoid “Coming Out” Confusion

33 Chilean miners, all male, have been trapped in horrid conditions for over two months, living close together in a tight space, rubbing up against each other, and suffering from loneliness and isolation from their loved ones. Despite, or perhaps because, they have been living with 32 other men for […]

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Journalists Mislead Readers With Quotations

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Journalists Mislead Readers With Quotations

According to an alarming report released Monday by Stanford’s Center for Media Studies, print journalists from the nation’s leading newspapers tend to manipulate quotations in misleading ways. Bill Keller, the Executive Editor of The New York Times, weighed in by saying that “this study . . . represent[s] . . […]

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Students Fight, Steal, and Kill for Dalai Lama Tickets

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Students Fight, Steal, and Kill for Dalai Lama Tickets

WHITE PLAZA—In the days leading up to the on campus talk by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, students across campus worked tirelessly to find tickets to the event, often resorting to extreme acts of violence. “I really wanted to hear what he had to say about peace and compassion,” said […]

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Study Finds People Who Live Longer Are More Likely to Die

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Study Finds People Who Live Longer Are More Likely to Die

A research team at Johns Hopkins University has found that there is a high correlation between long life and death. “It’s a unique situation,” says team leader Dr. Stefan Walters. “You would think that people who live long lives are healthy, but these people are dying all over the place.” […]

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