Let’s concede that cold, dispassionate logic should be the sole adjudicator of the debate.
Online profiles ask us to slash, shrink, summarize, and snip a few moments of our lives for people who will be scrolling through them briefly.
Science can do many things, but it can't justify oppression.
When we see statistics like those released by Dean Harris, we may think of grade inflation in the student body at large as one plump balloon. Let’s find out how much helium is in each balloon before we try to pop anything.
It’s the beginning of logic class and my professor asks us a riddle: You visit an island where each person is either a knight, who always tells the truth, or a knave, who always lies.
Grade inflation belies the purpose of grades. It crams a 0-4.0 bracket into a 3.0-4.0 one, making it harder to discriminate between similar candidates from the same school.
People rarely take a moment to catch their breath, so they never get a chance to even ask themselves if they should be this busy.
Combine free condoms, distance from home, minimal responsibility, plentiful alcohol, and parties every weekend with the fact that sex just feels good and you have an equation for casual sex.