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IN THE RICE BOX: To the Worrying Warriors

OLIVIA CHEUNG Editor in Chief As the college admission decision season (thankfully) draws to a close, this long month has undoubtedly taken a toll on all those involved. I’ve seen friends elated over decisions, while others were devastated by rejections and wait lists. I’ve seen friends proudly announce their decision …

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Recent Proliferation of Middle, High School Recruitments

NATE GARCIA Sports Editor WESLEY TSAI Staff Writer 14-year-old soccer player Haley Berg was engaging in another normal day of practice, when her phone rang from the depths of her backpack. It was yet another call from a college recruitment coach. Before she entered ninth grade, she was in contact …

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The Factory of Graduates

CINDY LUO Staff Writer Due to states allocating funding for public universities based on graduation rates, universities are proposing new ways to graduate more students more efficiently. For instance, some schools are changing graduation requirements and others are letting students use credits earned by taking online courses. Though it is …

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That Was Fast: Colleges Fail to Responsibly Address Sexual Assault

DEBORAH CHEN Copy Editor Numerous students at the University of Southern California (USC) have filed federal complaints that the school has failed to adequately respond to sexual assaults on campus. Similar complaints have also been filed at other schools around the nation, including Occidental, Yale, University of California Berkeley, Dartmouth …

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