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May 24, 2019

Opinion & Editorial

Opinion & Editorial

Is Partisanship a Necessary Evil?

Senate Majority Leader, Mitch McConnell. Democratic Socialist, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. (Left/ Courtesy Gage Skidmore, Wikimedia Commons.Right/Courtesy Senate Democrats, Wikimedia Commons). Collage by Andrew Barren’22/Media) A truck driver ignores the clearance signs on his way to the Holland Tunnel, a passageway connecting New York and New Jersey. To no surprise, the truck’s wheels reel to a

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Ralph Northam Must Resign

Virginia Governor Ralph Northam’s Yearbook photo has reopened our country’s deep racial wounds. (Lee District Democratic Committee via Wikimedia Commons) On Friday, February 8, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam said that he intends to serve out the rest of his term fighting for “racial equity.” The best way for him to do that is to resign.

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Covington Catholic and the Consequences of Imprudent Press Releases

The confrontation between Nick Sandmann and Nathan Phillips at the March for Life became a viral firestorm overnight. (Jim McNellis/Wikimedia Commons) Thanks to our country’s strong tradition of a protected free press, Americans are exposed to news sources with a wide variety of interpretations. Ordinarily, this is innocuous, as sources with different sympathies tend to

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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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