Point Counter-Point: Is there a point to Earth Day?

I remember when I was little, I would celebrate Earth Day in class by coloring flowers, playing in the school garden, and crafting soda bottles into science projects. I’d like to believe that in some small way, this established a green streak for the rest of my life.

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Point Counter-Point: In light of the WI elections, does your vote count?

If every vote does not count, then what does? What is determining the winners and losers of elections? There were around 1.5 million votes cast in the State Supreme Court race between Justice David Prosser and Joanne Kloppenburg.

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Point Counter-Point: Is BYU’s athlete suspension righteous or ridiculous?

With everything in the news lately, honor codes are a hot topic. Brigham Young University (BYU) recently suspended a star athlete for violating their honor code.

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Point Counter-Point: Walker’s budget: Who’s going to budge first?

Those who take issue with what Gov. Scott Walker has proposed regarding unions should remember elections have consequences. | Much of the public uproar over Scott Walker’s budget repair bill has focused around the stripping of collective bargaining rights for public employee unions.

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Point Counter-Point: Is Valentine’s Day a money-making scheme or an exciting, celebratory part of our culture?

Valentine’s Day is the worst best idea in the history of holidays… | I am not going to lie. I (sometimes) love Valentine’s Day…

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Point Counter-Point: Should communters go through rain, sleet, snow, and hail to get to campus?

Tears freezing on my cheek. Snow creeping its way into my boot. My fingers almost instantly losing all feeling and I’ve barely begun my day. Nobody absolutely needs to go to class when a snow day should be called. Commuters, in particular do not need to go to class when snow days should be called.

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