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Opinions Board: Boos and Bravos 6/28

Boos and Bravos highlights the best and worst happening around the UA and Tucson communities and is brought to you by the Daily Wildcat Opinions Board. We welcome Boos and Bravos from our readers, tell us yours by sending an email to opinion@dailywildcat.com. Read more

Column: Life without a smart phone

Do you ever miss old cell phones and the simplicity of life that came with them? (Or maybe just that wonderful keypad?) Even in 2017, living with a basic phone has its benefits. Read more

Column: Five millennial myths that need to go

The millennial generation isn’t all about spoiled and privileged young people. It’s the generation that is currently in the work force and in college. It’s the generation that everyone misjudges and degrades. “Oh, you’re just a millennial,” or “these millennials nowadays,” have become common insults to my generation. We aren’t as bad as older generations put us out to be. Read more

Column: Don't let straight A pressure discourage you

As college students, we all feel the weight of grades, as the pressure to get A's each semester can cause significant stress. While getting the occasional B or C does have an effect on your GPA, it’s not the end of the world. It doesn’t mean that you’re not intelligent or capable. It doesn’t define who you are as a person. Read more

Opinions Board: Boos and Bravos

Boos and Bravos highlights the best and worst happening around the UA and Tucson communities and is brought to you by the Daily Wildcat Opinions Board. This is the first of a recurring series which we aim to publish weekly. We welcome Boos and Bravos from our readers, tell us yours by sending an email to opinion@dailywildcat.com. Read more

Column: The 'major' struggle with finding your dream path

Your major is a crucial consideration when applying to college. Although you may apply as undeclared, eventually you have to select something from the list of hundreds of different majors, ranging from art history to physiology. Some students seem to have been born knowing what they want to do in life, while others struggle to determine which path they’d like to follow. Read more

Column: Loss can't be bound to classic stages of grief

We are programmed to believe that our grief must be packaged into the widely-accepted seven stages of grief: denial, pain and guilt, anger and bargaining, depression, the upward turn, reconstruction and acceptance and hope. I’m here to tell you that grief isn’t some standard procedure you must follow. Read more