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I’m a Feminist Because of the True Definition Of “Sexist”

Emily Chen March 27, 2017
Emily Chen Don’t get me wrong, sexism upsets me, but what upsets me just as much is when people take the concept of gender inequality, more specifically the word “sexist”, and inappropriately plaster it all over the walls, demeaning and desensitizing the entire movement.

Power of Net Neutrality

Chapin Lenthall-Cleary February 16, 2017
Chapin Lenthall-Cleary The internet should not be thought of as merely a money-making business, but as a powerful and necessary tool for our generation and generations to come.
Aleppo: The Terror of the Syrian Civil War

Aleppo: The Terror of the Syrian Civil War

Nick Camposano and Owen Goodchild January 11, 2017
Nick Camposano and Owen Goodchild In a battle that has threatened the lives of hundreds of thousands, Aleppo has emerged as the single most pressing humanitarian crisis the world has witnessed in years.

Istanbul Terror Attack

Sarah Vizz January 7, 2017
Sarah Vizz Thousands packed into Reina Nightclub to beckon in the New Year. Unfortunately, at around 1:30 (local time) in the morning, a lone gunman entered the building and murdered dozens.
Ohio State Attack

Ohio State Attack

Fernando Castro December 11, 2016
Fernando Castro Ohio State University student, Abdul Razak Ali Artan, carried out a knife attack on campus on Monday afternoon, hospitalizing 11.
Barack Obama’s Presidency in Review

Barack Obama’s Presidency in Review

Fernando Castro December 11, 2016
Fernando Castro As President Barack Obama finishes his term in office until Donald Trump’s inauguration, it is time to reflect on his two terms and the changes he brought.
Trump and Brexit Signal a Shift Away from Globalization

Trump and Brexit Signal a Shift Away from Globalization

Antonia Moffa November 15, 2016
Antonia Moffa Both the Trump campaign and the “Leave” campaign in Britain have inspired an isolationist, xenophobic rhetoric that seems as though it will set the clock back decades on diversity and acceptance in the Western world.
How Donald Trump Won

How Donald Trump Won

Ben Chanenson and Sebastian Bryant November 15, 2016
Ben Chanenson and Sebastian Bryant The historic 2016 ended in one of the largest upsets in American Presidential history. So...how'd this happen?
Harambe: The Meme, the Myth, the Legend

Harambe: The Meme, the Myth, the Legend

Sebastion Bryant October 27, 2016
Sebastian Bryant "I felt a great disturbance in the Force, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened." -Obi Wan Kenobi
Watched

Watched

Lena Armstrong October 27, 2016
Lena Armstrong Terrorism has become an international epidemic. Domestically, the US has endured the fifteenth anniversary of September 11th, shootings in San Bernardino and Orlando, and bombings in New York and New Jersey, all in the past year.
Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew

Josh Woo October 27, 2016
Joshua Woo Hurricane Matthew, the defining natural phenomenon of late September and early October, has been mostly noted for its extensive impact on numerous countries.

Iraq Launches Offensive to Take Back Mosul

Ben Chanenson October 27, 2016
Ben Channenson The city of Mosul, located on the banks of the Tigris River, is home to over two and a half million people and is the second largest city in Iraq. On June 10th, 2014 this immense city fell to ISIS.

Remodeling of Radnor Library

Amanda Magen October 27, 2016
Amanda Magen The Radnor Township Memorial Library is a place with many functions. It’s an ideal location for tutoring, reading, getting work done, or even as a safe space where kids can wait to get picked up.

What if Obama Said the Things that Trump Said?

Julie Lee October 27, 2016
Julie Lee Is there a double standard for black men in politics?
The Decline of the Great Barrier Reef

The Decline of the Great Barrier Reef

Antonia Moffa October 27, 2016
Antonia Moffa Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, one of the world’s most beautiful natural treasures, was recently pronounced dead by several news outlets.
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