BY MICAH NELSON
My brother’s health hangs in the balance of the Affordable Care Act.
BY MEGAN MCDONALD
Despite all this talk about race, we’ve forgotten one minority — my minority. Being bi-racial.
BY PAIGE PFLEGER
East Quadders don’t need swank or class. We need walls that can be painted on with murals of unicorns and rainbows.
BY DEREK MAGILL
Does this mean Libertarians wanted the Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe to be elected? Far from it. It simply means that Republicans have not yet come far enough on social liberties to merit the nearly 150,00 Libertarian votes that they claim Robert Sarvis “siphoned” away from them.
BY LAYAN CHARARA
I respect Americans’ incessant desire to help the disadvantaged, but I believe their desire for such emotional experiences is poorly rationalized. Help begins by reevaluating foreign policies that muzzle democratic ambitions and frustrate economic prosperity.
BY RAINA SHETH
If our elected officials cannot even compromise to write a national budget, we must take it upon ourselves to work on bipartisan solutions to ensure a promising future for our generation.
BY COALITION OF DIVERSITY GROUPS
Our new president must also be accomplished in promoting a healthy climate that respects the contributions of every person, regardless of differences of race, gender, sex, ethnicity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, documentation status or other factors.
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