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« mls0019 wrote on Sunday, Jul 29 at 03:17 AM »
When will we have a president campaign for a change in the archaic opposite gender visitation in the dorms? We understand that the candidates have survived Auburn long enough to forget what it's like to dodge R.A.s whilst sneaking friends into Aubie Hall, but can't we come to a consensus on the lifestyle of modern collegiates? We don't want to be kicked out of our homes for such trivial matters!
« plmweb11 wrote on Friday, Jul 27 at 04:16 PM »
The story doesn't say this is the first time ever. It says it's the first time at Auburn. "This was the first procedure of its kind at Auburn, according to Caldwell."
« alhdvm wrote on Thursday, Jul 26 at 10:59 PM »
This is not the first time something like this has been done..... http://www.news.colostate.edu/Release/2387
« KF009 wrote on Wednesday, Jul 25 at 11:41 AM »
"Girls" is actually considered a comedy, although I think of it more as a dramedy. I'm a guy and I find it funny. Allison Williams (Marnie) is definitely eye candy. Lena Dunham is hilarious too.
« jjoyceiv wrote on Thursday, Jul 19 at 05:11 PM »
Hey folks - first of all, thanks to the Plainsman for covering this. It was spur of the moment. One small correction - we didn't produce $1000 in additional sales, but total for the day, including what had already gone through. The Lowder Lounge is staffed daily by only one person, LaTanesia. Eric and I didn't give her much notice, and she was a crucial part of this working out for the best. So many thanks to her as well! If you feel as I do, that the required meal plans are unfair to students, who pay enough fees already, I urge you to contact the university and voice your opinion.
« ACR0057 wrote on Thursday, Jul 19 at 11:32 AM »
"While we may disagree on many issues..." What issues do we disagree on? I understand that your point is to say that we disagree on which team we root for, but is that an issue?
« iank wrote on Monday, Jul 16 at 05:32 PM »
You can't say evidence of Gulf seafood's toxicity or safety doesn't exist just because these researchers aren't looking into it. Other people have, and whether you believe it or not, the evidence is pretty clear: https://blogs.fda.gov/fdavoice/?tag=gulf-seafood
« WarEagleTryg wrote on Thursday, Jul 12 at 04:24 PM »
Why don't we just have reading days before finals? No more of this Saturday/Sunday crap, give us some real time to prepare for finals and save the "fall break". That would help our grades a lot more!
« magrojo50 wrote on Friday, Jul 06 at 12:43 AM »
« ZackaryShawn wrote on Thursday, Jul 05 at 04:26 PM »
"All conservatives are not knuckle-dragging buffoons who feel the need for violent insurrection every time a democrat speaks, except maybe for the Tea Party." Ah, yes. Remember that time the Tea Party tried to blow up a bridge? Or the numerous accusations of rape and assault within it? Oh wait, that was the Occupy Movement. I have never once heard a legitimate claim of violence in the Tea Party. Remember that time a Tea Party activist was photographed defecating on a police car, were having sex in public, or didn't clean up after themselves when they left. No, that was the Occupy Movement. The Tea Party respected public sanity laws and cleaned up after themselves despite being less likely to believe that leaving trash on the ground led to environmental problems. Or what about that time the Tea Party wouldn't leave public parks long after the curfew and the police had to remove them? Actually, that was the Occupy Movement as well, even though the Tea Party was more likely to be wary of Big Government laws like that. Your article had a good point to make about political civility and not faulting people's intentions, even if you disagree with their policies. However, you killed any legitimate argument you had to make with that one simple line that was not only inflammatory but simply not true.
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