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Great Wall of Calais: Britain’s attempt to keep refugees in the “Jungle”

Great Wall of Calais: Britain’s attempt to keep refugees in the “Jungle”

By January 15, 2017

International:

In foreign policy today, walls are on the rise. Both the United States and England face internal debate over whether walls are viable solutions to… Read More ›

Black Lives Matter: The first step to solving today’s undercurrent racism

Black Lives Matter: The first step to solving today’s undercurrent racism

By May 30, 2016

Domestic Policy:

Dominick Wise. Culpeper, Virginia. March 3rd, 2015. Seen “acting erratically by walking in circles in the middle of the street.” A police officer tased him… Read More ›

Planned Parenthood – The destructive effects of the deceptive, heavily edited, and controversial videos

Planned Parenthood – The destructive effects of the deceptive, heavily edited, and controversial videos

By February 19, 2016

Politics:

Rick Perry, July 14: “The video showing a Planned Parenthood employee selling the body parts of aborted children is a disturbing reminder of the organization’s… Read More ›

Pray for Humanity: ISIS attacks threaten our universal values

Pray for Humanity: ISIS attacks threaten our universal values

By November 23, 2015

International:

Priez pour Paris. Pray for Paris. That is the message that’s been spreading throughout the world for the past weeks. This message of peace and… Read More ›

Opposing Views: Hillary Clinton vs. Bernie Sanders

Opposing Views: Hillary Clinton vs. Bernie Sanders

By and November 20, 2015

Opposing Views, Politics:

All points in green were written by Kat Capossela, arguing for Hillary Clinton. All points in brown were written by Elisa Tabor, arguing for Bernie Sanders. Hillary Clinton should… Read More ›

Greek Financial Crisis: New Greek government and European troika both need to make changes for Greek economy to survive

Greek Financial Crisis: New Greek government and European troika both need to make changes for Greek economy to survive

By May 15, 2015

International:

Greece’s proposal for a revised bailout program is ambiguous and lacks elements that could deliver real aid to the nation on its road to recovery.… Read More ›

France Shootings: Terrorists attack western values

France Shootings: Terrorists attack western values

By February 18, 2015

International:

Terrorists use violence against targeted groups to create panic. During the Reign of Terror in the French Revolution in the 1790s, the Revolutionary government agents… Read More ›

Annual Davis Cup Series: A riveting rivalry with political undertones

Annual Davis Cup Series: A riveting rivalry with political undertones

By January 5, 2015

Food For Thought, Uncategorized:

Over a hundred years ago, four members of the Harvard University tennis team came up with an idea for a team competition. They wanted to… Read More ›