A new age in American politics

Nathan Poklar '24Contributor For the first time since 2011, Democrats have control of the US House, Senate, and Presidency after nail-biting victories in both Georgia Senate races. Reverend Raphael Warnock beat the appointed incumbent Kelly Loeffler by a margin of around 70,000 votes, while Jon Ossoff ousted incumbent David Perdue by a slimmer margin of... Continue Reading →

The Uyghurs: China’s foresaken people

Bara Bashir '22Contributor A literal and cultural genocide is happening today, a ruthless extermination of an ethnic group with no mercy or compromise. Right now, there are people in concentration camps being cleansed of their own cultural and religious identities in an egregious act of violation of their human rights. Uyghur and other cultural groups... Continue Reading →

US Election Results

Emmitt Wilson '22Politics Editor The United States election is finally over, with enough states having officially certified their vote totals to declare Joe Biden the next President of the United States, with a margin of over 7 million votes. Joe Biden is the winner of the 2020 presidential election This has upset current President Donald... Continue Reading →

US Election Special: Debate

The Case for Joe Biden Alec Compton '22Arts & Culture Editor Joe Biden was not my preferred pick in the Democratic primary. In fact, he was far from it. I do not believe Joe Biden is fit to be president; I do, however, think he is infinitely more qualified than Donald Trump. Biden will do... Continue Reading →

US Election Special

Emmitt Wilson '22Politics Editor Policy Positions Biden Trade & Jobs: Biden’s policy regarding jobs is informed by the COVID-19 pandemic. It seeks promote recovery from the economic downturn with high investment in green infrastructure and manufacturing. Biden has been a vocal supporter of international trade deals such as NAFTA and the TPP. Climate & Energy:... Continue Reading →

What’s the Problem with Cops?

Donovan Martin '22Deputy Editor As the death of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and the hundreds of black lives lost under the hands of police brutality circulate in the media, demands of police reform and even abolishment follow suit. The most common phrase supporting these claims is “ACAB,” which stands for “All Cops Are Bastards.” The... Continue Reading →

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