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How is it already almost halfway through October? Weird. Anyways, here’s your usual weekly roundup of all things college news, prospies!

Apparently young people like the new pope.

A fraternity brother at Georgia Tech apologizes for the “rapebait” email he sent last week.

Students in North Carolina are fighting a new voter ID law that will infringe on their right to vote.

A new California law could make it even more difficult for low-income students to receive an education.

The government shutdown is having massive effects on college students nationwide.



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Lily Herman is a junior at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut. Besides bopping around on The Prospect, Lily is a columnist for USA TODAY College (read the Quad Report, yo); an editorial intern for The Daily Muse; a contributing editor for the campus blog Wesleying; a national contributing editor for Her Campus; and an editorial/marketing intern at HelloFlo. When she is not studying or awkwardly waving at people around campus, Lily enjoys eating Sour Patch Kids and re-watching the Friday Night Lights series finale (she's Team Saracen, by the way). Also (shameless plug alert), feel free to follow her on Twitter, or email her at lherman(at)theprospect(dot)net.

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