Shame Worked in Alabama’s Senate Race

Brian Yoon ‘19, Non-School News Editor

January 13, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In an unprecedented outcome, Democrat Doug Jones won the Alabama Senate race against Republican Roy Moore to fill the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Initially, Jones appeared to be mounting a seemingly quixoti...

#MeToo: The Movement

Dhristi Raval ‘20

January 13, 2018

Filed under Opinion

A national survey conducted in 2017 by Fortune found that 54% of American women have experienced “unwanted and inappropriate sexual advances” at some point in their lives. Since October 2017, the #MeToo campaign has gained tr...

Let’s keep it n(uclear)eutral?

Sejal Agarwal ’20

January 13, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Ever since North Korea’s split from South Korea in World War II’s aftermath, North Korea has maintained a very sour relationship with the United States. The U.S. continues to cultivate a healthy alliance with South Korea, havi...

Don’t Read The Book… Watch The Movie First!

Sri Guttikonda ‘20

January 13, 2018

Filed under Opinion

From the invention of television to the influx of movies and the overbearing influence of the digital entertainment industry on modern society, it appears as if written works are becoming less and less popular. As such, it is ra...

Trump’s Release of the JFK Articles: Fact of Fiction?

Gigi Duncan ‘20

December 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Area 51. Extra-terrestrial life on the moon. The NSA’s violation of privacy. These concepts are all common in the average American’s mind regarding the secrets that the government tries to keep from the public, but what else ...

For Trump’s Environmental Policy, Elephants, Elephants, Elephants, but Little Else

Omar Bekdash ‘18, Opinions Editor, Senior Columnist

December 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

When Donald Trump learned about his administration’s efforts to roll back an Obama-era law that banned hunters from bringing elephant “trophies” from Africa, he was livid. The next day on Twitter, he called it a “horr...

Saudi Arabia’s Newfound “Tolerance”

Namita Kalghatgi '20

December 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

When Saudi Arabian Prince Mohammed bin Salman declared that he wanted the kingdom to return to “a more moderate Islam,” no international spectators were convinced. Speaking at the Future Investment Initiative conference, the Cro...

Red Flags in the US Government

Marina Chiafullo ‘20

December 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Say до свидания (goodbye) to your trust in Donald J. Trump’s administration and his campaign team. We, as a country, recently passed the one-year anniversary of the shocking Trump victory in the 2016 presidential electi...

Setting the Truth Free

Diya Kulkarni ‘20

December 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

In October of 2017, numerous allegations were made against Harvey Weinstein in regards to his sexual misconduct. Currently, the number of women coming forward has alarmingly risen to more than 50 victims. A subsequent movement ...

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