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January 18, 2019

Opinion & Editorial

Opinion & Editorial

Time for Change in College Football Playoff Era

Format for 4-Team College Football Playoffs Continues through 2026 Season. (Wikimedia Commons) “And he’s got an opening, Elliott, off to the races, can they catch him?”  “No, they can’t! Touchdown!”  Buckeye fans rejoiced as Ezekiel Elliott raced into the end zone for an 85-yard touchdown run, capping off Ohio State’s 42-35 upset victory over No.

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Wall or Not, Americans Need the Government Re-opened 

Potential wall prototypes stand outside a border checkpoint in Mesa, Texas (US Customs and Border Protection via Flickr)   This past Saturday marked the 22nd day of what has become the longest government shutdown in U.S. History.  For three weeks, TSA officers have initiated a “blue flue” strike- reporting ill en masse to protest uncompensated yet

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Academy’s Community CAfé: A Space for Diversity in Discussion

The Community CAfé Encapsulates Diverse Viewpoints through Debate-less Dialogue. (Flickr) Over one month ago, the Upper School Student Council hosted a Community CAfé centered around the unnerving events of violence, specifically referring to the Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh, as well as discussing the original planned topic of balancing religious holidays during the school year.  This

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Mueller’s Investigation Could Damage Trump Supporters and Trump-Haters Alike

Robert Mueller could close a final report in the coming weeks. (Medill DC/Creative Commons)   When special counsel Robert Mueller opened an investigation into the Trump’s campaign’s alleged collusion with the Kremlin in 2016, many were overjoyed. Thousands practically salivated over the prospect of a Trump indictment to bring about his impeachment and ultimate downfall.  With

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When Americans Don’t Trust Elections that Make Democracy Possible

Voter fraud paranoia has swept over the nation. (Tom Bullock/Wikimedia Commons) Citing a Pew Research figure showing 70% of Americans are confident in US election security, The Hill proclaimed on Tuesday, November 19, that there is “a high level of confidence in the American electoral system.” Really? Since when is 70% a high or even

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