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The Problem with Happiness

The Problem with Happiness

Se Kwon, Opinion Writer

March 26, 2019

Happiness comes in many different forms. For me, happiness is food, specifically Chipotle. In all seriousness, happiness to me is life, with the people I love and care for, that is all I really need.   So many people, especially us college students, tend to lose track of what makes them happ...

The Seasons of Life

A happy smiley stands out from the crowd

Quinn Robinson-Duff, Opinion Writer

November 6, 2018

There are  lots of roads through life that take you up and down. Great times that never seem to end and times where an overwhelming sense of the world is just straight out to get you. Times where the difference between love and hate can be skewed. Times where the world is your oyster and you the crea...

Money can’t buy happiness

According to Morton, although U.S. citizens may have more material wealth, people in less fortunate countries tend to be happier.

Jill Morton, Staff Writer

October 1, 2017

I think there’s a huge difference between fleeting happiness and true underlying joy. Some people group these together as the same thing, but that’s not quite right. Happiness can come and go willy nilly, but the underlying joy of a person is more constant. To explain my point, I will use some...

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