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Column: Porn industry screws Asian men

It’s no secret that Asian men are getting shafted when it comes to penis stereotypes. The commonly held belief that Asian men possess smaller-than-average penises isn’t helping the less-than-glowing sexual perception Americans have of Asian men, and only one thing can help: porn.

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Column: Greening the food pyramid

On Feb. 19, the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee released its scientific report to the Secretary of Health and Human Services and the Secretary of Agriculture.

Column: Fix the fixed voting system

The 2016 election is right around the corner. Many politically-savvy people are looking at the 2014 midterms as a barometer for the political climate in the year to come.

Column: Gay blood regulations are bloody bigoted

America is in serious need of blood right now. According to the American Red Cross, about 36,000 units of blood are available daily, but 80,000 units are needed to keep up with the high demand for blood in surgery and emergency situations.

Column: Speak against Autism Speaks

The organization Autism Speaks, self-described as “the world’s leading autism science and advocacy organization,” began using the hashtag #AutismSpeaks10 to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

Column: AP History isn’t about patriotism

About a week and a half ago, an Oklahoma House committee passed a bill that keeps the state from funding the Advanced Placement U.S. History course until the College Board repeals changes to the exam, made effective in fall 2014.

Column: Bibi’s speech is self-serving

When the Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, addresses a joint session of the U.S. Congress on Tuesday, it is unknown just how many members of Congress will agree to attend.

Column: Drug testing costs more than it saves

Over the past six years, many states have adopted drug-testing programs for welfare recipients to ensure government and taxpayer dollars are going to support families with children in need and not the rampant substance abusers Republicans seem to ...

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Column: Opa! Greek leaders say ‘no more’ to austerity

Syriza, otherwise known as the Coalition of the Radical Left, a left-wing party formed by defectors from the Greek Communist Party, came to power in the recent Greek elections with 10-point margins and a strong popular mandate to fight tooth and nail ...

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Column: Last triathlon for Mary Jane

With the ever-increasing popularity and social acceptance of marijuana as a recreational drug, it seems inevitable that the whole U.S. will follow in the steps of Colorado, Washington and Oregon and legalize the plant.

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Assault will go unpunished

The Pima County Attorney’s Office decided against the prosecution of Tucson Police Department officer Joel Mann for violently shoving a UA student during the Elite Eight clash.

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We're splitting our ticket this year

The Daily Wildcat editorial board endorses candidates for the 2nd and 3rd Congressional Districts. The editorial board consists of Jacquelyn Oesterblad, Katelyn Kennon, Ethan McSweeney and Joey Fisher.

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LETTERS more in letters

Letter to the Editor: Treat graduate students better

Graduate students are integral to making the UA a first-class teaching and research institution. For example, graduate students teach one-third of the undergraduate classes offered at the university. Graduate students also publish our own research. ...

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Your Views: October 1

I am a member of a prominent fraternity on the UA’s campus, and after reading this article, I couldn’t remain silent. read more

Your Views: September 25

The country that prides itself like no other on liberties and freedom keeps flushing those very core values further and further down the toilet. read more