BY JAMES BRENNAN
Calling for an end to the war on drugs could be the president’s Pope Francis moment, and it could very well be his legacy if he chooses.
BY HARLEEN KAUR
I suppose I should have felt proud since the University felt inclined to focus on my “motherland,” but I was more anxious than anything.
BY NIVEDITA KARKI
The fight for gender equality has been fought for so long that oftentimes we forget things are still not the same for men and women. I could give you a list of places where women have either rarely or never been seen, but I don’t want to overwhelm you.
BY PATRICK MAILLET
Like their male counterparts, women voters are just as likely to use platforms such as foreign policy, energy or taxes as a basis for voting. Instead, women are voting Democratic because they are constantly being reminded that the GOP considers them an inferior voting bloc whose basic liberties are not a priority.
BY SOPHIA USOW
You’ve got to get help, not succumb to your unhappiness like it’s something you deserve. You’ve got to let those injuries breathe.
BY MAJA TOSIC
One day, two impacts. One audience, two speeches. One language, two messages.
BY DEREK WOLFE
In all, Schlissel made a fantastic first impression in appealing to both faculty and students. It appears that he is ready to tackle the challenge of running one of the United States’ premier institutions despite being a somewhat surprising selection.
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