Resistance: the importance of voter turnout

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Why our local elections matter and how they can make a difference in the age of Trump.

Exploring the boundaries of free speech: a fine line

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Analyzing the boundaries of free speech and whether harmful opinions deserve to be heard in the media.

Theory of prethoughtout language: part two

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The organization of class struggle has become increasingly complex due to our modern means of prethoughtout language.

An ode to black cinematic excellence

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A young, black woman's thoughts on how "Moonlight's" Oscar win was a step in the right direction in regards to black films in Hollywood, a look into masculinity in the black community, and letting different facets of black people be heard.

Editorial: freedom of speech in an era of political-correctness, part one

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College campuses are becoming the battleground for interpreting and exercising first amendment rights, despite the threat of PC culture.

Dreams of being in STEM deferred

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How a dream of working in the STEM fields can be deferred.

Letter to the editor: In response to “Travel ban: the un-American...

This is a letter to the editor in response to Mimi Kourieh's piece "The Travel Ban: The Un-American, America". I would like to start off...

Five tips to get through college faster

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From a student who took 15 years to get a bachelor’s degree.

Entrepreneurship in the field of education

Entrepreneurship does not have to mean building a multi-million-dollar company

Travel Ban: The Un-American, America

Trump's travel ban goes against everything the United States stands for

Theory of prethoughtout language: part one

Illustration shows the sillouete of a man behind bars with writing overlapping
Applying Nietzsche's prison house of language to the way we interact with social media.

Picasso exhibit answers aesthetic problem in art

Several people stand in front of picasso's "red armchair" painting which appears to be an abstract image of a woman sitting in a chair
"States of Mind" at the Norton Simon museum refutes the critique against Picasso that "a child can do it."