BY JAMIE BIRCOLL
We need to embrace what we already know to be true, that which is sewn into the very fabric of the American flag: that we are free and we are brave, and we can accomplish so much more.
BY ANNA POLUMBO-LEVY
No country has a perfect history, and it is crucial that we acknowledge it.
BY BEN KELLER
I wish I could truly express the excellence that embodied the life of Mansfield; however, I believe the best way to do that is to review his life, and realize that he was truly one of the greatest leaders to ever set foot in Washington, D.C.
BY BARACK OBAMA
In America, a higher education cannot be a privilege reserved only for the few. It has to be available to everyone who’s willing to work for it.
BY BRIAN TAUBER
To even suggest that one’s life’s experiences do not influence their perspective or that the resulting diversity of opinion is deleterious demonstrates a dangerous position that, unfortunately, is far too common on campuses today.
BY MATT FIDEL
I ask you to judge me based on my accomplishments and my ideas rather than on the actions of some members of my fraternity. I am not my fraternity. I am Matt Fidel. I am running for Vice President because I see the great potential of CSG, and I want to continue serving you.
BY KEYA PATEL
The purpose of the lethal injection is to quickly and efficiently end the life of a convicted criminal, not to cause even more torture that would otherwise be avoided with proper health care assistance.
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