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Illustration by Andrea Nebhut In light of the recent stampede of Democratic presidential candidates dropping out of the race, one would hope that the field has finally been whittled down to the crème de la crème. However, to think that would mean you were terribly mistaken and utterly out of the loop. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York was the latest of a slew of dropouts that began with former Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper, but...

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The following covers the meeting on Aug. 28. President Ty Tinker, senior, began the meeting by reminding the Senate that SGA is looking to fill multiple positions, both in the Senate and the Cabinet, and that they should encourage people to run. CLIMATE CHECK Sophomore senator Esther Omegba brought up concerns raised by students about the quality of food at Mabee Dining Hall. More specifically, that the quality of the food is lesser than that...

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Illustration by Ren Rader It never bothered me much in the past; in fact, I quite liked playing the role of the contrarian sometimes. People’s discomfort and confusion with my centrist ideology have always been an amusing thing to me. I have always been a born and bred Democrat that bleeds blue. However, I am a different kind of breed from the ones many of you typically hear about on MSNBC or read about in...

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The following covers the meeting on Jan. 23. CLIMATE CHECK Judicial chair Julia Jameson, junior, pointed out the bad smell on the first floor of Coates Student Center. Adviser Jamie Thompson explained that an office had flooded and that the building has had a strange odor since she was a student. Thompson said that the smell is perhaps due to the dumpsters outside. Senator Taylor Volzer, junior, asked how the senators could continue SGA initiatives...