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The case for design

Have you ever been in a class and thought that all this talk of natural selection and humans evolving through favorable mutations across generations may not be true, and that the complexity of life...


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Apathy? Fine by me

It never fails. Pick up The Chronicle and open to the back—you’ll find some 19-year-old anxious to let you know his stance on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict or the peace talks in Darfur.


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Playing the race card

On Tuesday Jan. 25, President George W. Bush addressed African-American leaders in an attempt to sell them on his new controversial proposals for reforming Social Security. .


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Name that president president

Some people become president, but most don’t. Why, exactly? Nobody really knows, but after exhaustive research the best explanation seems to me to be name recognition.


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You know what maybe means

Do you remember when you were a kid and you’d find something you desperately wanted in a toy store? You’d tug at your parent’s pant leg and plead with them to let you have it.


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I was waiting

In case you’ve forgotten, I am the columnist who sat at the West Campus bus stop in a folding chair to raise awareness of complaints made by Duke Transit employees.