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Update letters to the editor policy

Any letters to the editor received during a standard news cycle will be published in the edition immediately after the letter has been edited, revised and reviewed. The letter will appear on The Lawrentian website at the same time as the rest of that edition. If a letter to the editor is received outside of

Polarity^2: F*ck-off day and centrist politics

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Orthography as a Political Phenomenon: Why do we write long vowels differently when we textttttt?

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The overlooked oddities of the globe

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Repeat After Me: No one hates you

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Do not smile at me in 2021

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Voices from the Editorial Board: Checking in on policy and practice changes

At the beginning of Winter Term, we used this space to outline our core principles. Follow this link to read those principles, https://www.lawrentian.com/archives/1017323. As we approach the end of the term, we would now like to use this space to outline some of the changes that have been implemented since that first publication of the

Orthography as a Political Phenomenon: How do you spell Hanukkah?

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Please, don’t shame yourselves

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