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President Obama Turns the Page

President Obama Turns the Page

By Harry Catalani ‘17: Empowered by his rising approval ratings and seemingly unfazed by the new Republican majorities in both the House and Senate, President Obama declared in his sixth… Read more »

Yucca Mountain Deemed Safe Solution to Nuclear Nuisance

Yucca Mountain Deemed Safe Solution to Nuclear Nuisance

By William Van Ullen ’17 Since the discovery of nuclear reactions, nuclear waste disposal has been a major concern. Although nuclear power plants have provided the United States with energy… Read more »

Republicans Poised for Senate Takeover

Republicans Poised for Senate Takeover

By Harry Catalani ‘17: Less than a week away from the 2014 mid-term elections, Republicans are poised to become the Senate’s majority party for the first time since losing power… Read more »

Democratic Candidates Avoid Obama

Democratic Candidates Avoid Obama

By Rohit Bhandari ’16: President Obama has emerged as the biggest asset for many Republican Senate hopefuls across the country in the upcoming 2014-midterm elections. With several close races, many… Read more »

Political Implications of the Ebola Outbreak

Political Implications of the Ebola Outbreak

By Joseph Jang ’18: On October 15, 2014, the second Texan hospital worker tested positive for Ebola. Ebola is a contagious virus that has a 70% mortality rate. Although there… Read more »

A Separation of Church and State?

A Separation of Church and State?

By Kelly McDarby ’16: Americans frequently mention the phrase, “separation of church and state,” when referring to United States rights.  However, the First Amendment of the Constitution only encourages freedom… Read more »

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