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Que sera'ed, sera'ed

(04/17/09 7:00am)

Hola, amigos. Sadly, this is the last time I will be able to address you all as a voice that does not reflect the views or opinions of the Tower of Campus Thought and Action. But I won't dwell on this being my senior column, as that is what every senior column seems to do. Another thing every senior column seems to do is comment on what every senior column seems to do. Oh, well. If I only fall into one cliché in this entire article, that may be a new Chronicle record.

Double your pleasure

(01/22/09 9:00am)

So, this week, I was having a hard time coming up with an idea for my column. The subject of my last offering was pretty appropriate and timely, if I do say so myself, as we had just turned the calendar to another year and another semester, both of which were badly in need of some serious prognostication. Without a clear idea of what to write this week, I went in search of any source of inspiration. Unsuccessful, listless even, I called my good friend Chase, a student at Tufts University. When I asked him for his advice, he replied thus: