Saturday, October 19th 2019

Protect the People’s Power

Jack Alegre This election highlighted now more than ever the importance of direct democracy. While many people across the nation voted for their choice of...

Presidential Elections: Public Perception and Navigating through the Hype

Kristie Chairil Illustration by Hector Lizarraga, Staff Illustrator Whatever you may think about presidential elections, perhaps the one thing that we can all agree on is...

Why Society Is No Better Off with the BlackLivesMatter vs. BlueLivesMatter Competition

Maddy Kirsch Staff Writer On Saturday, Dec. 20, Ismaaiyl Brinsley killed two New York City police officers, Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu, in an ambush shooting...

Indecisiveness In Syria Must End

Andrea Vallone Staff Writer Vacillation is an apt caption for the global stance on U.S. intervention in Syria. The G20 summit in Russia concluded last week...

State of the Union: Standing by Idealism

Andrew Urena We are strong; at least, according to President Obama’s State of the Union address, we are. Touting that we have come out of...

Police Cameras Are a Temporary Solution to a Permanent Problem

Alec Killoran Police are like toddlers given access to deadly weapons, and we as a citizenry have been very irresponsible parents.  Of course, this is...

‘CP’ Stands For ‘Clinton’s Problem’

Zoe Manzanetti Staff Writer While watching video from Saturday’s Inner Circle Charity Event in New York City, I wasn’t just made uncomfortable by Bill de Blasio’s...

Panama Papers Reveal Need to Monitor Elite

Jeremy Levine If the bank statements of “regular” Americans were leaked, that would undeniably be an outrageous violation of privacy. The release of the Panama...