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Thursday, July 9th 2020

Doxxing: Intimidation Backed By the Notion of Justice

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer Illustration by Silvia Quach, Staff Illustrator Doxxing, short for “dropping documents,” became a regular practice about a decade ago, according to The Economist,...

No Madness for Women’s Basketball

Shomik Mukherjee Staff Writer Illustration by Amy Chase, Staff Illustrator As the NCAA men’s basketball tournament drew to a close on April 6, with the Duke Blue...

Rolling Stone’s Blunder: When Sensitivity and Objectivity Clash

Janani Ravikumar Staff Writer In Nov. 2014, Rolling Stone released a story aptly titled “A Rape on Campus,” which focused on the alleged gang rape of a...

The Internship: Does it Go Without Saying That We’ll Go Without Paying?

Kristie Chairil Illustration by Carrie Ding, Staff Illustrator These days, internships seem to be the new unsaid rite of passage for the average college student. However,...

Opposition to Religious Freedom Law Made Indiana the Scapegoat

Shomik Mukherjee Staff Writer Illustration by Amairani Palacios During the past week, the United States has seen nothing short of a debacle result from the recent institution...

Facebook News: A Public Service (P.S.) or B.S.?

Andrew Urena Illustration by Carrie Ding, Staff Illustrator Can social media be the saving grace of journalism—or the final nail in its coffin? A recent New...

Napolitano—“This Crap” Pays Your $570,000 Base Salary

Isabelle Geczy News Editor If the director of a system dismisses the people that system is intended to serve, which is broken—the director, or the system? In...

Holiday Daze or Something More?

Joanne Rhee Who says holidays can’t be for everyone? It seems that holidays are synonymous with days off of school—and in a sense, that’s true....

50 Shades of More of the Same

Sirarpi Topchyan Staff Writer I know it’s not exactly Citizen Kane, but 50 Shades of Grey was a film that had the potential to change how...

Playing Around in Education: What Oklahoma’s Proposed Ban on AP US History Means

Gwen Wu Staff Writer Recently, legislators in Oklahoma voted to ban AP U.S. History from high schools because it does not display “American exceptionalism,” but rather,...