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Tusinski: CSU students find the perfect way to protest campus preachers — comedy

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist May 3, 2022
Rather than engaging in shouting matches, bad-faith debates or ignoring campus preachers' hateful rhetoric altogether, the CSU community has responded with something they can't compete with: comedy.
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Tusinski: The debate about classroom ‘grooming’ is just homophobia

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist April 25, 2022
"Don't Say Gay" bill supporters need to be educated themselves, not strip LGBTQ+ history from textbooks.
The Colorado Eagles celebrate an overtime win against the Tucson Roadrunners at the Budweiser Events Center March 2, 2019. (Photo Courtesy of Colorado Eagles)

Tusinski: Now is the time to get into Colorado hockey

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist April 18, 2022
This year, the Broncos, Rockies and Nuggets have been getting plenty of hype, but it's Colorado's pro hockey teams that are truly the most exciting in the state.
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Beer Edition: The art of mindful drinking

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist April 12, 2022
Alcohol can be the language of the college student. It's time to become fluent in mindfulness, too.
Climate Column (Graphic Illustration by Abby Flitton | The Collegian)

Tusinski: Climate change is on Colorado’s doorstep; we don’t seem to care

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist April 5, 2022
The climate crisis is no longer a far-off catastrophe that we have a possibility to prevent. It's here, it's happening and Colorado's elected officials don't seem to care.
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Tusinski: Normalize sex but not oversharing

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist March 28, 2022
In the pursuit of normalizing sex, we've normalized oversharing too.
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Tusinski: Not even Wordle is safe from mobile industry monopolization

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist March 3, 2022
The New York Times bought Wordle, a word-puzzle game, from a lone developer, further upholding the monopolization of the mobile industry.
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La libertad de expresión está a salvo en CSU – ¿debería estarlo también el discurso de odio?

Dylan Tusinski and Florentino Aguilera February 23, 2022

Nota del editor: Puedes leer la versión en ingles de este artículo aquí. Traducción de Florentino Aguilera El semestre pasado, dos predicadores llegaron a La Plaza. De acuerdo con reportes...

TikTok is one of the most popular social media apps right now, featuring videos of various topics, April 26, 2020.

Tusinski: TikTok is reshaping music, but we should hold onto our roots

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist February 22, 2022
TikTok has reshaped the way artists create music, focusing on catchy clips instead of depth, but we need to hold onto our roots.
Outside the Lory Student Center, near the ballot box, is a vote here sign on election day, Nov. 3, 2020. (Cat Blouch | The Collegian)

Seriously: Our country is built on voter suppression — that’s a good thing

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist February 21, 2022
We shouldn't be preventing people from voting on the basis of their partisanship or their race. We should be preventing people from voting altogether.
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Free speech is safe at CSU — should hate speech be too?

Dylan Tusinski, News Reporter February 9, 2022
What exactly is free speech, and is it safe at CSU? The answer is a bit more confusing than it may seem.
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Tusinski: NFTs are stupid; just screenshot them

Dylan Tusinski, Collegian Columnist February 1, 2022
There are a near endless amount of reasons to despise NFTs — and there are just as many reasons to go ahead and screenshot them.
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