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Looking Up: Stars and Solitude in New Mexico

Looking Up: Stars and Solitude in New Mexico

February 12, 2020

My routine this summer was simple. I’d wake up around 7 a.m. and make the long walk from my canvas tent in the orchard up to the ranch house. It was cold at 9,000 feet, but I usually avoided wearing...

NATO on the Brink

NATO on the Brink

December 4, 2019

As leaders of member states of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) prepare to gather in London this week, the alliance which has kept peace in Western Europe since its foundation in 1949 is becom...

The Wealth Tax is Worth the Price

The Wealth Tax is Worth the Price

November 13, 2019

Most of these billionaires will be left with immense fortunes, the size of which most Americans cannot comprehend. In return, average Americans will once again be allowed to enjoy the fruits of their labor.

When Nonprofits Profit: The Problem of Charity Misspending

When Nonprofits Profit: The Problem of Charity Misspending

November 6, 2019

These groups have an obligation to be honest with the public about how they spend their money, and should remain true to their stated purpose of benefiting the public.

New York’s War on the Homeless

New York’s War on the Homeless

October 9, 2019

New Yorkers seem intent on forcing their homeless neighbors out of sight rather than addressing the larger issues behind the problem of homelessness in America.

Junior Commits Life to Protecting the Planet

Junior Commits Life to Protecting the Planet

September 25, 2019

Gabby Perez, FCRH ’21, is a leading voice for sustainability on campus. She has been involved with Students for Environmental Awareness and Justice (SEAJ), St. Rose’s Garden and USG’s Sustainability...

Chicago Duo Transcends Genre on Two Albums

Chicago Duo Transcends Genre on Two Albums

September 18, 2019

While oftentimes simplistic, Whitney’s music is extremely versatile.

The End of the American Dream

The End of the American Dream

February 13, 2019

While deregulation and economic self-interest have resulted in unprecedented economic growth and increased productivity, they have also carried few benefits for the vast majority of Americans.

The Sleep of Reason: The End of Hampshire College

The Sleep of Reason: The End of Hampshire College

February 6, 2019

The error which has caused the decline of liberal arts and avant garde institutions such as Hampshire is our assumption that a college degree is an investment.

Shame: Fordham Releases List of Abusive Priests

Shame: Fordham Releases List of Abusive Priests

January 23, 2019

Yes, the administration’s decision to inform the Fordham community of the release of this list is a step in the right direction, but it by no means excuses its gross negligence.

U.S. Must Aid Ukraine in Resistance Against Russia

U.S. Must Aid Ukraine in Resistance Against Russia

December 5, 2018

We cannot turn our backs on Europe now, lest we risk upending the democratic consensus which has brought peace and prosperity to a troubled corner of the world.

Political Violence and How to Avoid It

Political Violence and How to Avoid It

November 7, 2018

Both sides of the political isle have a responsibility to debate uncomfortable topics. Only this debate can help prevent a descent into political chaos and violence.

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