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Yardain Amron: BAMN's betrayal of sexual assault survivors

BY YARDAIN AMRON

Stenvig and BAMN may have had good intentions. But in the end, intentions matter little next to results. And at this moment, the result is that survivors feel betrayed by BAMN.

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Avery DiUbaldo: The story about the elephant

BY AVERY DIUBALDO

Behind its flat black eyes is not the dumb curiosity of a beast, but the silent recognition of Death.

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Eric Ferguson: Executive decisions

BY ERIC FERGUSON

Executive action can certainly make change more quickly than Congress can; its test now will be to see if it can hold up without the formidable power of legislative legitimization at its back.

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Abby Taskier: To do something by any means necessary

BY ABBY TASKIER

As Americans, we’re afforded the ability to fight for our liberties. But it’s hard to get behind a dogma that propagates violence and seemingly opposes active discourse.

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Devin Eggert: Parting with partisanship

BY DEVIN EGGERT

There’s a reason that our legal system isn’t reliant on robots. For all the faults that humans have, compassion and open-minded creativity is irreplaceable.

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Haya Alfarhan: How to talk about the Middle East in class

BY HAYA ALFARHAN

Always end by talking about freedom. Your freedom, their freedom. Freedom is always the operative word.

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James Brennan: Sexual assault and fame

BY JAMES BRENNAN

His wife forgave him, and we welcomed him with open arms. He made some bad decisions, he hurt people around him. But who among us hasn’t? After all that we’ve shared with him, well — he’s pretty much family. We can forgive and we can forget. But rape — that is something we cannot forgive.

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