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Our Man in Havana: the President opens long-closed doors

Our Man in Havana: the President opens long-closed doors

By June 10, 2016

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History delayed our flight back from Cuba. BB&N students watched through the terminal windows in Havana as Air Force One touched down on Cuban soil.… Read More ›

Editors Note

Editors Note

By June 10, 2016

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Perhaps the most fundamental freedom at the heart of our democracy is freedom of speech. Political dissent, free exchange of ideas, and innovation all thrive… Read More ›

Why We Need to Use Cologne as a Wakeup Call

Why We Need to Use Cologne as a Wakeup Call

By March 5, 2016

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By Jackie Sands, writing from Berlin In Europe, it has become commonplace to blame refugees for everything evil.  People have responded to a massive influx… Read More ›

Opposing Views: Encryption Back Door

Opposing Views: Encryption Back Door

By and February 21, 2016

Domestic Policy, Opposing Views:

All points in green were written by Menelik Epee-Bounya, arguing for encryption backdoors. All points in brown were written by Ryan Guan, arguing against encryption backdoors. The U.S. should… Read More ›

No Indictment In Tamir Rice Case: The Problem With Our System

No Indictment In Tamir Rice Case: The Problem With Our System

By February 19, 2016

Domestic Policy, Non-Article Content:

“A perfect storm of human error,” said Cuyahoga County prosecutor Tim McGinty describing the shooting of unarmed, 12-year-old African-American Tamir Rice. Rice was shot in… Read More ›

Infographic: Primary Polls

Infographic: Primary Polls

By February 19, 2016

Infographics, Politics:

Infographic: Homelessness In America

Infographic: Homelessness In America

By February 19, 2016

Domestic Policy, Infographics:

Censorship: The nuclear option

Censorship: The nuclear option

By February 19, 2016

Editor's Note, Politics:

There are some things we are never supposed to do. Punch someone for respectfully disagreeing with us, burn someone’s house down for an ill-worded email,… Read More ›

Opposing Views: Cruz vs. Rubio Immigration

Opposing Views: Cruz vs. Rubio Immigration

By and February 18, 2016

Opposing Views, Politics:

All points in green were written by Brendan Donovan, arguing for Cruz’s position. All points in brown were written by Trevor Donovan, arguing for Rubio’s position. Why support Ted… Read More ›

Abortions: Sovereignty of self or sovereignty of state

Abortions: Sovereignty of self or sovereignty of state

By November 21, 2015

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No, I don’t think abortion is right. I think that removing a child from its mother and ending its life is wrong. I think it… 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 ›

Infographic: Why you should stand with Planned Parenthood

Infographic: Why you should stand with Planned Parenthood

By November 20, 2015

Domestic Policy, Infographics:

Why are we talking anyway?

Why are we talking anyway?

By November 19, 2015

Editor's Note:

Since this magazine started printing, about half of all editor’s notes have advocated discussion. Discussion is important. Rational arguments are paramount. Apparently, we’re wasting our… Read More ›

Opposing Views: Should the U.S. use ground troops to combat ISIS?

Opposing Views: Should the U.S. use ground troops to combat ISIS?

By and May 15, 2015

International, Opposing Views:

All points in green were written by Evvy O’Neil, arguing for the use of ground troops. All points in brown were written by Ryan Guan, arguing against the use… Read More ›

Sometimes I’m Wrong

Sometimes I’m Wrong

By May 15, 2015

Editor's Note:

Most of us will admit that, sometimes, we’re wrong. But it’s still hard to concede when we are wrong in the heat of a political… Read More ›