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October 18, 2018

Horoscopes: October 17-23

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October 18, 2018

STARS INTERPRETED BY: ASTROPRESENT Aquarius 1/21-2/19 Be the shepherd of your own desires. Pisces 2/20-3/20 The inner mess of your mind is malleable.... just fyi. Aries 3/21-4/20 Reliance on your past connections m...

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October 10, 2018

The Editorial Board’s Opening Thoughts

The Spectator Editorial Board

October 10, 2018

As university students, we occupy the liminal space between influence and impression. In the classroom, we take in, and on campus, we give. We maneuver between a student, an employee, a boss, a student leader, an activist. Stu...

The Signs as: Tarot Cards

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October 10, 2018

STARS INTERPRETED BY: ASTROPRESENT Aquarius 1/21-2/19 VII: The Chariot. Pisces 2/20-3/20 I: The Magician. Aries 3/21-4/20 XI: Justice. Taurus 4/21-5/21 XVI: The Tower. Gemini 5/22-6/21 X: Wheel of Fortune. Cancer 6/22-7/22 II: The High...

Op-Ed on Affordable Housing Crisis in Chinatown/International District

Guest Writer

June 10, 2018

The Chinatown/International District (CID)– home of Oasis, Go Poké, and Uwajimaya, is also the next target of corporate developers, who are undergoing construction in the homes of many Asian American residents. With cultural...

From Sandinista to Orteguista: How a Revolutionary Became a Dictator

Guest Writer

June 10, 2018

Nicaragua, once the safest country in Central America, has suddenly become the most volatile in a matter of days. Many reactions from outside observers revolve around a man and the revolutionary movement he once led: “Danie...

A Community Failed

Emily Mozzone

May 30, 2018

CW: Suicide Growing up, I was always taught that hospitals were there for you in times of crisis. If you had insurance or the ability to pay, doctors and hospital staff would stop at nothing to make you feel safe, cared for, and ...

It Was a Long Time Coming Out of Nowhere: How Nicaragua Has Harnessed Resistance and Resilience

Guest Writer

May 30, 2018

About a month and a half ago, I sat quietly in my apartment in Managua, Nicaragua surrounded by the sounds of gunshots and sirens with fear so palpable it was hard to register.  This was my reality one day after the civil un...

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