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Perpetually gnawing and crawling, the serpent is half-blind; all it knows is hunger.

Don’t become an ouroboros

Story by Winter Heffernan, Staff Writer
December 7, 2022
Growing Up

Growing Up

Story by Bridget Kelley, Freelance Writer
February 26, 2019
 From a young age, males and females are encouraged to display different traits;  women are told to be sexy and males to be athletic.

Masculinity v. femininity: why both are okay

Story by Erica Jones, Chief Copy Editor
February 8, 2017
Guests of the 2015 Culture Core filed in to the Ojibwe ballroom at the end of the breakout sessions to enjoy a meal and talent show put on by Hmong Student Association.

At the core of it all

Story by Nick Robinson, Staff Writer
March 10, 2015
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