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How Democrats Can Win in 2020

Emre Ozmemili, Staff Reporter

January 23, 2020

In recent days Demorcrats and Republicans alike have questioned the powers of a President of the United States to commit an airstrike without the knowledge or consent of Congress, in this case that President Trump ordered the assassination of Iranian leader Qassam Soleimani through drone strike on January...

Why America Needs to Rethink Pot

Benjamin Brumley, Opinion Section Editor

June 10, 2018

Buried under the heaps of mainstream media coverage on President Donald Trump’s feuds with actresses and early morning Tweets, there lies a painfully under-reported agenda from within the administration: a return to outdated policy on legal marijuana. President Trump’s Attorney General Je...

Corporatocracy: Net Neutrality and Corporate America’s Crusade Against Free Speech

Benjamin Brumley, Opinion Section Editor

March 8, 2018

Recent decisions surrounding net neutrality have sent the public into a state of panic, some of it exaggerated, but ultimately not without reason. Net neutrality allows the internet to be an open marketplace of ideas over which internet service providers (ISPs) like Verizon or Time Warner have little cont...

Pop Culture as 21st Century News

Asim Qureshi

November 9, 2016

With every era there are positives and negatives:  it balances humanity. One of those is most definitely the political climate of the world. At this time, the world seems to be on the verge of another world war. The civil war in Syria seems to be worsening every day with no resolve seeming imminent. Te...

Englewood Understands

Englewood Understands

Dylan Majsiak

March 19, 2015

In the past months, the news has been painted with various police brutality cases against black Americans. In Ferguson, Missouri, Michael Brown, a black eighteen year old, was gunned down in the streets by police officer Darren Wilson. Charged were dropped and the man was not indicted by a grand jury,...

Understandable Fear Spawns Unjustified Ignorance: ISIS Further Stigmatizes Muslim Americans

Understandable Fear Spawns Unjustified Ignorance: ISIS Further Stigmatizes Muslim Americans

Dylan Majsiak

October 9, 2014

The actions of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria or ISIS have been a trending topic amongst most major media outlets. Though the Islamic extremist group has existed since as early as 2003, its actions have severely intensified upon its acquisition of land in western Iraq. The self-proclaimed cali...

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