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Brittany Horn, the newspaper's editor-in-chief, says the purpose of the columns is to "discuss issues most are only comfortable sharing within the walls of the bathroom or under the influence of a couple drinks.""If we can talk about issues, especially those involving sex and the difficulties or taboo moments associated with it, we can help students become more comfortable and hopefully further the conversation a bit more," Horn said via e-mail. College journalism scholar (and USA Today contributor) Daniel Reimold estimates that nearly 10% of the 1,800 American college newspapers in circulation regularly feature a sex or relationship-geared column.