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For most Americans, Thursday was a time to share a hearty meal with friends and family before slipping into a food-induced coma while watching 300-pound men clobber each other on TV.

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Facebook pages promote unhealthy discourse

There is no place like Facebook for the average troll, and with a trend of UA-specific pages creating a sanctuary for outrageous and harmful posts, anonymous users are creating online toxicity on these pages that some call “entertainment.”

Letter to the Editor

While I agree with the author’s point that the game industry has a long way to go to overcome sexism, I have some issues with the arguments that were made.

Reusable food order forms can help reduce waste

Each day, students use approximately 4,500 pages of paper when ordering from on-campus restaurants, according to Jason Tolliver, the director of the Arizona Student Unions.

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Working as a stay-at-home mom is no picnic

The idea of women staying at home with their kids is frequently romanticized. We may think that these stay-at-home moms get plenty of snuggle time with the kids, are part of a book club or perhaps can even fit in a yoga class while their 1-year-old is ... read more

Off-the-grid fad is way off base

Living off the grid almost sounds appealing to me: Less noise, less chaos, being one with nature and reducing my carbon footprint. read more

Better late? Not when it comes to finals

Finals week. Are there any other words in the English language that, when strung together, have the power to cause so much stress? As difficult as it might be to believe, finals will be here in just a few short weeks. read more

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ASUA Endorsements

The Editorial Board elects to choose who you should vote for in the ASUA elections. read more

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Letters to the Editor

For someone who harps on Aaron Gordon’s supposed inconsistency as much as [James] Kelley does in his article [“Column: Gordon’s choice is an obvious one,” March 31], it is perplexing how inconsistent his arguments are. read more