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Scottish independence: Britain’s price to pay For Brexit

Scottish independence: Britain’s price to pay For Brexit

By May 28, 2017

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Nearly three years after a failed Scottish independence vote, sentiment supporting separation from the British state remains alive and well in Scotland. Riding a wave… Read More ›

Opposing Views: College tuition should be free

By and March 9, 2017

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Ryan is affirmative Tayseer is negative   Idea 1: Economics/Taxes   Ryan: For years, the United States has been struggling to build its economy. However,… Read More ›

Politics in 140 Characters: The Effect of Social Media on Politics

By March 9, 2017

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Social media has played a significant role in our everyday lives over the past few years. With the creation of social media platforms such as… Read More ›

Editor’s Note: On Making America Great Again

Editor’s Note: On Making America Great Again

By March 9, 2017

Editor's Note:

March 15, 1783, George Washington proclaimed, “If the freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to… Read More ›

“Pro-Life”: The Women’s Marches and the future of the pro-life movement

By March 9, 2017

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In her guest article for Self Magazine, Meryl Angelicola criticizes the “pro-life party” for its lack of focus on women’s rights. She questions its refusal… Read More ›

Chelsea Manning: An unappreciated American hero

Chelsea Manning: An unappreciated American hero

By March 9, 2017

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As one of his last acts in office, President Obama commuted the sentence of Chelsea Manning, a government whistleblower who leaked documents that exposed atrocities… Read More ›

Trump’s Transition: A Presidential Mess

By March 9, 2017

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We have all been told not to judge a book by its cover—to assess the unfamiliar, the opposing, and the frightening by merit instead of… Read More ›

Nuclear Energy: An offspring of social stigma or well-grounded truth?

By March 9, 2017

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Radiation therapy is a lifesaving cancer procedure and a significant type of heat transfer. Yet, after the horrific disasters at Chernobyl in 1986 and Fukushima… Read More ›

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

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“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

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Infographic: Homelessness In America

Infographic: Homelessness In America

By February 19, 2016

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