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Respect rights of columnists

The Eagle Staff discusses its consensus: You're not always going to like what you read. A newspaper's opinion page is, by nature, controversial. So be angry. Be outraged. Just keep it dignified.

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New class must be balanced

The Eagle staff expresses its reflections on a new academic study sweeping across the country. This new field studies whiteness, or the social and racial roles and identity of white people. While concerns have been raised about the new field nationwide, it has found its way onto approximately 30 U.S. campuses.

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Israeli wall is a prelude to annex

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According to Nathan Stock, a conflict that has claimed over 2,540 Palestinian lives and over 900 Israeli lives, most of them civilians on both sides, is now reaching perilous new depths.

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Opinion

Iraq war isn't over -- yet

According to Zachary Constantino: "Suicide car bombers are wreaking havoc across Iraq. Congress is clamoring for the withdrawal of U.S. forces and the implementation of a clear 'exit strategy.' Assassins have murdered senior Iraqi clerics and government officials. From the perspective of most nightly news pundits, the situation is dire and rapidly deteriorating. Fortunately, history offers a far better and less hysteria-prone conception of recent events."


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Opinion

WAMU shake-up

The Eagle staff provides an outlook on the dismissal of WAMU's executive director.




Section 202 host Gabrielle and friends go over some sports that aren’t in the sports media spotlight often, and review some sports based on their difficulty to play. 



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