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Let’s Stick to the Script

March 30, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman Earlier this month, I attended the fourth annual Black-Jewish Unity Seder in the nation’s capital, which exemplified politics defining the occasion instead of focusing on the original purpose of the seder. On Friday […]

U.S. Politics

Optics Matter

March 28, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

Gonzalez, who has been in the spotlight since a shooting which killed 17 people at her high school last month, made a poor fashion impression at last Saturday’s March for Our Lives, where she spoke and led a moment of silence, by wearing a stitched Cuban flag on the side of her shirt. […]

U.S. Politics

A Dark Cloud

March 27, 2018 Megan Lehman 0

Speaking of names, you may have noticed that this article has referred to Stephanie Clifford as Stormy Daniels, well-known adult film actress, only twice. Her career, while I find it immoral and reprehensible, does not take away her rights as a human to be heard, listened to, and respected. […]

U.S. Politics

Here to Stay: The Johnson Amendment

March 27, 2018 Anthony John 0

Donors with political agendas could distort these missions and weaponize religion in order to gain political ground. The wealthy could leverage their donations to assert influence not only over which candidate a church endorses, but also over faith leaders’ positions on key policy initiatives.


A Thank You From This White Sox Fan

March 26, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

Ahead of Major League Baseball starting its 115th season this week, my favorite team has already scored a victory. On Monday, my hometown Chicago White Sox welcomed back Nevest Coleman, a groundskeeper from 1994 who had been wrongfully convicted and spent over two decades behind bars. […]

Campus Politics

Episode 11: Kassy Dillon

March 26, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

Dillon rose to fame in 2016 when she filmed a student, nicknamed “Trigglypuff,” loudly interrupting and berating feminist scholar Christina Hoff Sommers and other guests at a panel at the University of Massachusetts. The video went viral and got millions views on YouTube. […]