In-the-Print Edition

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*Sifting through the abundance of Stanford Review articles can be tough; thus, we are introducing “In-the-Print Edition” to ease the task. Here are a few of what we consider to be must-reads from Volume XLV, Issue 2. *

1 – Why is ROTC different? Should ROTC be brought back to campus? The debate has recently begun to grow, as the Daily has voiced its support in a recent editorial. Figure out where you stand, and if it’s time to push the University to change its policies.

2 – RA Training Emphasizes Diversity “You are a unique snowflake of unique specialness.” Yes, that was actually the motto for diversity day during RA training. Few things are more invaluable than proper RA training, but is it as rigorous as it should be?

3 –Fair Funding for Student Activities Undergraduates will be paying $1.5 million for student fees this year. This is a hefty sum, but some question whether we are using it efficiently. Want to know what’s happening to your $333?

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