Category Archives: Politics

The Great Importance of Birth Control for Women’s Rights and Wellbeing

By: Alexandra Efthimiadis On June 7th, 1965, female contraception (birth control) became a legal way to prevent against unwanted pregnancy in… Continue reading

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The Symbolic Speech of Confederate Statues; Don’t Take It For Granite lol

By: Erin Maher On Saturday, August 12th, 2017, mayhem erupted in the modest college town of Charlottesville, Virginia (Katz). In… Continue reading

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How to Drive our Economy

(Really, do I need to say such an obvious thing? Yes, I should and that alone says everything) By Publius… Continue reading

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Nigerien Conflict

by: Nick Franchi Early October brought forth events that awoke the public’s in the unknown, overseas involvement of the United… Continue reading

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The Lover and His Match

By: Alex Judd        What is it that I must illuminate, argue its existence, decide upon my stance… Continue reading

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The Gender Equality Problem & Societies’ Beauty Ideals

          Imagine waking up one day, and you weren’t allowed to vote. What if you weren’t… Continue reading

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When Pigs Fly

By: Publius Just recently conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh voiced concerns about President Trump’s comments on NFL players taking a knee… Continue reading

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Community Violence and its Impact on Youth

            The United States has a dark history of violence and crime both domestic and… Continue reading

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The People Problem

By: Nicholas Franchi We sit in the wake of yet another mass shooting in our nation. A single man, with a… Continue reading

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School Resource Officers – Modern Day Threats

By: Osvaldo Solano Tavera       Since the turn of the century, school grounds are no longer considered safe… Continue reading

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