Thursday, June 20

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The price of Facebook is privacy
The price of Facebook is privacy

Flawed interpretation of Koran results in overreactions to “˜Everybody Draw Mohammed Day’

Images can become idols. Stare too long at Justin Bieber's venerable mug and you might forget the real boy behind Usher's experiment. Look at a picture of God, and the image might take God's place. And since the human hand cannot possibly portray the divine, it will be a poor copy. Ask to see God, and you'll be shown Santa Claus with Christmas-red swapped for a toga. Read more...



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A customer fills a tray with salad at Greenhouse, a restaurant in Ackerman Union that provides healthy, low-sodium food options to students and others on campus.

FDA salt crackdown is in bad taste

The FDA recommends a daily allowance of sodium not in excess of 2,300 milligrams, a boundary the average American has a hard time respecting despite the threat of hypertension and heart disease. Because its recommendation is being taken with a grain of salt, the FDA is currently planning to overstep its own boundaries as a government regulatory agency by placing legal limits on the amount of salt processed foods can contain. Read more...

A customer fills a tray with salad at Greenhouse, a restaurant in Ackerman Union that provides healthy, low-sodium food options to students and others on campus.



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