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The time between pre-graduation jitters and post-graduation blues is brief. Unless you have already been guaranteed a job in your field, the idea of leaving college is intimidating for most of us.

Where to find direction post-grad

The time between pre-graduation jitters and post-graduation blues is brief. Unless you have already been guaranteed a job in your field, the idea of leaving college is intimidating for most of us.

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The two issues of the Dynel Lane case

A Colorado woman, seven months into her pregnancy, was lured to the house of a woman advertising the sale of baby clothes on Craigslist. When she got to the house, the advertiser then stabbed her repeatedly in the stomach before taking out the unborn chi

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The soft bigotry of white expectations

The elasticity of human perception is a glory that is underappreciated. Some five billion years from now, our Sun will eventually evolve into a red giant star, begin expanding into Earth’s orbit and extinguish all life on the planet, provided there’s life there and the Earth hasn’t spiraled outwards.

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If you’re in Washington, D.C., on April 20 to celebrate festivities and smoke pot in a legal location, you may still end up paying for that legal use one way or another.

Pre-employment drug testing is wasteful

If you’re in Washington, D.C., on April 20 to celebrate festivities and smoke pot in a legal location, you may still end up paying for that legal use one way or another.

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In keeping with court rulings that state the White House Office of Administration is not subject to the Transparency Law, a federal regulation that subjects the office to the Freedom of Information Act was removed on March 17. This will make official a policy under presidents Bush and Obama to reject requests for records to that office.

Obama administration is even further from transparency

In keeping with court rulings that state the White House Office of Administration is not subject to the Transparency Law, a federal regulation that subjects the office to the Freedom of Information Act was removed on March 17. This will make official a policy under presidents Bush and Obama to reject requests for records to […]

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