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Divide On The Right

April 5, 2017

By Marcelle Meyer Over the past year, the world has buzzed with discussion of the rise of right-wing populism, stretching from the United States and across much of Europe. Brexit, followed by Donald Tr...

The Awesome Responsibility

The Awesome Responsibility

November 16, 2016

By Joe Moresky  I never thought I’d be writing this column. In arguably the greatest political feat in American history, Donald J. Trump has become the president-elect of the United States of A...

The “Art” of the Deal

The “Art” of the Deal

November 16, 2016

By Faustino Galante  I made myself promise Tuesday night. I told myself that I would not write an election column for my final article of this semester. Well, here I am, breaking my own promise. Sort of. I would lik...

Michelle Obama Advocates for Education in We Will Rise

Michelle Obama Advocates for Education in We Will Rise

October 19, 2016

By Erin Cabrey  Amid the chaos of the 2016 presidential election, it is hard to think about anything that is not the latest Donald Trump scandal. During this crazed election cycle we have lost sight ...

A Win at Hofstra Doesn’t Mean Much

A Win at Hofstra Doesn’t Mean Much

September 28, 2016

By Joe Moresky The art of debate is an intellectual crucible. Schools of thought clash over points of in a civilized form of cerebral warfare, attempting to persuade. Presidential debates are another beast. ...

Work, Work, Work  (Without Pay)

Work, Work, Work (Without Pay)

April 6, 2016

By Marcelle Meyer On March 15, 27 NGOs gathered in Geneva, Switzerland and committed to paying their interns, adding significant weight to an ongoing dialogue about unpaid internships in the professional world. Most F...

The Necessity of Women’s Day

The Necessity of Women’s Day

March 30, 2016

By Elle Rothermich International Women’s Day was celebrated on March 8. While its existence has done much to raise awareness for gender equality, the fact that an international day for women exists prove...

Sweet ‘N’ Sour: Merryland Buffet

Sweet ‘N’ Sour: Merryland Buffet

March 9, 2016

By Caitlyn Letterii and Patrick Hood   Join Caitlyn Letterii, resident vegetarian and self-proclaimed picky eater, and Patrick Hood, a man who will try anything at least twice, as they explore and critique the cheap eats available aroun...

Trump Mobilizes Minority Voters

Trump Mobilizes Minority Voters

March 9, 2016

By Marcelle Meyer  Every news headline today seems to be lambasting Donald Trump as the deterioration of American politics and the single worst thing that could happen to this country. There is no...

Space, Relative to You

Space, Relative to You

February 24, 2016

By Elle Rothermich Last Thursday, a team of scientists announced the discovery of empirical data confirming the existence of gravitational waves, a major component of Einstein’s theory of relativity. ...

“Fiddler on the Roof” on Broadway

“Fiddler on the Roof” on Broadway

February 24, 2016

By Claire Del Sorbo  Today’s global conflicts look eerily similar to events from the past when viewed from the right lens. It is difficult not to empathize with the millions of families displaced from countries in the Middle East due to risi...

Woman of the Hour: Brie Larson

Woman of the Hour: Brie Larson

January 27, 2016

By Erin Cabrey Brie Larson’s role in the critically acclaimed drama Room has catapulted her from relative obscurity to the cusp of bona fide stardom. Once a tween movie darling, the 26-year-old has pr...

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