Counting Criminals

Spencer Asch

May 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Since 1925, the United States’ prison population has expanded at an exponential rate, making the U.S. number one in the world with 2.2 million people currently incarcerated. Based on numbers provided by the London Institute for Cri...

Trump’s American Economy

Tim Altonji, Writer

March 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Following the recent transition in power, administrative campaign rhetoric and promises to “Make America Great Again” are already being tested. For some, this means getting what they spent almost a year-and-a-half yelling about...

A Person is a Person, No Matter How Small: March for Life

Julia Wierzbicki, Writer

March 2, 2017

Filed under Opinion

For the past couple weeks, news broadcasts have covered countless strikes and rallies for various controversial subjects. One that slipped mostly under the radar, however, was the 44th March for Life that took place in Washington, D...

Election Aftermath

Election Aftermath

December 20, 2016

An Ode to Kanye West

March 16, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Originally published on March 16, 2016, in '15-'16 Issue #5   To whom it may concern, You remember July 4, 1776 as an historic day in American history, but surely second in importance to American citizens is Ju...

The New New Year’s Resolution

Cassidy Gabriel, Editor-in-Chief

January 31, 2016

Filed under Opinion

"What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?” Robert Schuller’s infamous question invites us to shoot for our wildest goals, afraid of neither the ceiling nor the floor of our limits. And what better time...

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