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The Return of the Equal Rights Amendment

The Return of the Equal Rights Amendment

Ellie Davis October 1, 2019
A possible constitutional amendment first drafted in 1923 has resurfaced today: the Equal Rights Amendment. Ellie Davis explains the recent progress the ERA has seen and the obstacles it has yet to face, as the nation waits to see whether gender equality will be concretely affirmed in our Constitution.

Everything You Need to Know about the Mueller Report in 500 Words or Less

Aanchalika Chauhan May 24, 2019

The Justice Department has released a redacted version of Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference on the previous presidential election. The four-page summary concludes that no intervention was...

Kyle Korver Offers Perspective on White Privilege

Abigail Lenhard May 14, 2019

It’s no surprise that I don’t know too much about many sports, but, to me, the week of April 8th was a big one for Basketball. This seems fairly obvious to most, but I am not talking about March Madness....

Military Technology Update: Fifth-Generation Fighter Jets

Military Technology Update: Fifth-Generation Fighter Jets

Jingyuan Chen and Daniel Long April 1, 2019

World powers are constantly advancing their military technologies for purposes of self-defense and global power and influence. Since the success of the utilization of planes during World War II, the air...

The Venezuela Crisis: Human Rights Vs. National Sovereignty

The Venezuela Crisis: Human Rights Vs. National Sovereignty

Jingyuan Chen February 14, 2019

On January 11th, 2019, hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans crowded onto the streets and protested against the current Maduro Administration, provoking global attention onto this country in great crisis. This...

Remembering the Fallen on National Wreaths Across America Day

Remembering the Fallen on National Wreaths Across America Day

Christopher Glanzmann December 13, 2018

Every year on the third Saturday of December is National Wreaths Across America Day, an occasion when people gather at cemeteries across the country and world to lay wreaths on the graves of fallen servicemen/women....

In Case You Forgot – The Pittsburgh Shooting

Leontine Dixon and Ellie Rinehart December 11, 2018

Pittsburgh Shooting On October 27th, 2018, 11 individuals were gunned down at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. The tragedy cost them their lives, and captured the hearts of the American population...

Is There Only One ‘Truth’?

Ryan Movsowitz November 26, 2018

In my life, I use truth consciously and subconsciously. Whether I’m expressing my views on certain political topics or religious beliefs, the truth is what’s most important. However, I find that I...

A Break Down of the Midterms for the Uninformed

Audrey Margolies and Grace South November 5, 2018

On November 6th 2018, only one day away, Americans in every state will be able to vote in the Midterm Elections, which occur two years after every presidential election. These elections will determine...

An Interview with Candidate for State Representative from PA-165, Jennifer O’Mara

An Interview with Candidate for State Representative from PA-165, Jennifer O’Mara

Estelle Atkinson and Josh Woo November 1, 2018

“Hey, nice to meet you—I’m Jenn!” The informality and friendliness of her tone was surprising. As high school students, we had grown accustomed to addressing adults in the proper way, using...

Photograph taken by Theji Brennan

An Interview with Candidate for State Representative from PA-165, Jennifer O’Mara

Estelle Atkinson and Josh Woo November 1, 2018

“Hey, nice to meet you---I’m Jenn!” The informality and friendliness of her tone was surprising. As high school students, we had grown accustomed to addressing adults in the proper way, using appropriate...

He Said – She Said: Gridlock on Kavanaugh Nomination

He Said – She Said: Gridlock on Kavanaugh Nomination

Tova Tachau September 27, 2018

A seemingly surefire nomination of Brett Kavanaugh for President Trump’s second Supreme Court Appointment has become a truculent bipartisan war over which side can point the most fingers. What started...

The DOJ Began Investigation on How Colleges Uses Early Decision Admissions

Fernando Castro and Josh Woo May 23, 2018

What Happened? Several weeks ago, the Department of Justice (DOJ) began an investigation of certain colleges that offer early decision programs, some of which include Amherst, Williams, Middlebury,...

The DOJ Began Investigation on How Colleges Uses Early Decision Admissions

Fernando Castro and Josh Woo May 23, 2018

What Happened? Several weeks ago, the Department of Justice (DOJ) began an investigation of certain colleges that offer early decision programs, some of which include Amherst, Williams, Middlebury, Wesleyan,...

Gerrymandering

Andrew Rosin May 10, 2018

Imagine that the state of Pennsylvania is a pizza, a perfect circle that is to be divided into ten equal sections, or districts. And in this pizza live 100 people, 60 Democrats and 40 Republicans. Imagine...

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