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Limiting offensive comedy isnt funny anymore

Limiting offensive comedy isn’t funny anymore

Nick Zararis December 1, 2015
The culture today has been so geared to avoid offending anyone that there is a total unwillingness to make certain jokes.
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Have a holly, jolly Christ-less Christmas

Have a holly, jolly Christ-less Christmas

Christopher Leelum November 19, 2015
The number of non-religious adults in the U.S. is on the rise, but many still live in fear of expressing their indifference.
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Executive administrator embraces her Hispanic heritage

Katarina Delgado October 21, 2015
Her name is Rosalinda Perdomo-Ayala, but she goes by Lynda, inspired by Lynda Carter, the original Wonder Woman.
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College students wait to tie the knot

College students wait to tie the knot

Sarah Elsesser February 10, 2015
Today, the average adult is holding off on saying, “I do.” For some adults, it might be forever. Others are just waiting.
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According to a Pew Research Center study conducted in 2013, only 53 percent of adults aged 30 and over agreed with the 62 percent of those aged 16 to 29 who said that some important information is not on the Internet. (MEGAN MILLER / THE STATESMAN)

Data shows SBU students use web library more, despite Pew research

Christopher Leelum October 2, 2014
A 2013 Pew Research Center study found that 62 percent of those between the ages 16 through 29 said there is a lot of useful, important information not on the Internet.
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