Editorial: Dolezal's betrayal of her "community"

Given the current atmosphere of seemingly perpetual institutional discrimination and racial precariousness plaguing the country, this revelation was, if anything, poorly timed. However, we should not allow our speculations about Dolezal's motivations to distract from the deceitfulness of her actions.

Clegg: The right to know

The process of landing a job is stressful.  Now more than ever, it takes preparation, skill, and time for potential job candidates to make the jump from unemployed to employed. Even with a solid application of the three afore mentioned concepts, being hired is certainly no guarantee.

Elliot: Slapstick, not hockey

Sitting around, watching the rain (a favorite Iowa sport), wondering which is funnier, in a T.C. Boyle sort of way: the Republican presidential-candidate scrum or the Red Sox attempting to play baseball.

Fischer: The next wave of French cuisine and its waste

In attempts to tackle food waste, the French National Assembly recently voted to ban supermarkets from disposing unsold food and instead having them donate their leftovers to different charities in the area.

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