Author Archives: Digital Voice

A Historical Op-Ed

A Historical Op-Ed Mitchell Kurek Source: Daily Wire The United States has certainly had its fair share of political drama these past few years, but few stories rival the current events seen in the executive branch of our government. An op-ed anonymous… Continue reading

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Email Rebellion

Email Rebellion Kaitlyn Brown Source: Polifact.com Brett Kavanaugh has been the topic of heated debate across the United States since his nomination to become an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court was announced earlier in July. Now, days into his c… Continue reading

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Don’t Boo, Vote!

Don’t Boo, Vote Source: CNBC.com After over a year of staying out of the political spotlight, former president Barack Obama has once again stepped to center stage. Accepting the Paul H. Douglas award for Ethics in Government (which recognizes off… Continue reading

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Colin Kaepernick and the Nike Ad Campaign

Colin Kaepernick and the Nike Ad Campaign Thomas Luu In 2016, then San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick controversially knelt during the national anthem before the start of an NFL game. In the wake of escalating civil rights activism that t… Continue reading

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Informal and Intimate Social Interaction

Informal and Intimate Social Interaction Alex Judd Observations can be difficult to fully understand, but there is a possibility of the institution of social interaction being degenerated as a whole. The first glance issue is how hidden this break down… Continue reading

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Life Long

By: Nicholas Franchi The Chinese Parliament redacted prior rulings that limited their President to two, five year terms earlier this…
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Life Long

Life Long Nick Franchi The Chinese Parliament redacted prior rulings that limited their President to two, five year terms earlier this month. This move that was voted almost unanimously by over 2,500 representatives gives current President Xi Jinping t… Continue reading

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Jefferson Newsletter

Women’s March Scarves Jefferson students Lisa Waldman, Liza Marino, Leona Dong and Professor Stuart Lehrman help design a local line of scarves that raises funds for the ACLU, National Constitution Center, and Planned Parenthood through Sewn for Good… Continue reading

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Stoicism: Revisited

Stoicism: Revisited Alex Judd Sailing by in the doldrums of 2018, many seem afflicted by a negative nancy attitude. Slowly rowing along the new year- parties, ignoring homework, tide pods, and dread. Many of us see bad habits in ourselves. Many of us h… Continue reading

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Pets and Planes

By: Nick Franchi At the end of January, a woman took the internet by storm as she attempted to check…
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