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In November 2018, my dad was diagnosed with a rare form of blood cancer called mixed phenotype acute leukemia. After undergoing radiation and twelve rounds of chemotherapy, he was told that stem cell transplantation was the only way to save his life.

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From rent money to cleaning your own toilet, students have a lot to stress about in their rentals — so while the freedom away from parents may seem nice, consider staying home in the pandemic.

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Western prides itself on being in-touch with their student body, but with over 10,000 signatures on a petition for Proctortrack’s removal, it’s clear students don’t want this software — yet Western is awfully quiet.