Matthew Wallace

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‘Avengers: Endgame’ wraps up an 11-year journey in the best way possible

The appropriately titled “Avengers: Endgame” brings the 22-movie Marvel Cinematic Universe to a close.
This is a spoiler-free review.

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Wash. U. is the best school in the country

While I don’t put any stock into rankings, I can still say Wash. U. is the best university in the country by how much influence and power the student population has compared to peer institutions.

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On the preference for Condoleezza Rice as commencement speaker

The commencement speaker should be someone who sets us into the world with our final piece of knowledge in our college careers, something that should be prioritized over getting someone with a big name who wants to use what should be one of the proudest days of our school careers to peddle his views on climate change, something most of us can run laps around him and others at this university about.

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Innocent or not, Jussie Smollett teaches us about being reactionary

We are fed so many stories every second of every day that we develop opinions on the fly without waiting for the situation to evolve.

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Varsity athletes deserve our support

Student athletes are our classmates, our friends; and they deserve more support from us as fellow students.

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Point: Beyonce doesn’t care about Black people

Her use of African imagery has been huge because her popularity is second to none. One would think with her uses of African culture, she would perform on the continent. Alas, you would be wrong.

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Matt’s Morsels: Potato, potato

I love potatoes. Who doesn’t? Let’s walk through some great ways you can make potatoes.

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Why we can’t ‘move on’ from racism

So, while I am glad individual people, especially people of extreme privilege, have been speaking out more about equality, they represent the very first step in dismantling the system.

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Counterpoint: Long-distance relationships are not worth it

I do admit that there are ways to successfully navigate a long-distance relationship, but they have nothing to do with love. They have everything to do with the relationship being a precise military operation.

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Phi Beta Sigma hosts open house for interested members

St. Louis community members of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity held an informational welcome event to meet Washington University students who might be interested in joining the Black Greek-lettered fraternity Feb. 11.

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