Asians Americans v. Affirmative Action

By Risha Sinha We’re all worried about getting into college, as proven by the numerous vapid and superfluous “passion” projects adopted by juniors and seniors in a last-ditch attempt to bolster their resumes. High-schoolers like these feel obligated to engage in such performative activities to secure their spot in their dream colleges, trying to win […]

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The Fight for the Nomination

By Risha Sinha Graphic generated by AI Dark Brandon vs. Inmate No. ​​P01135809 seems to be the most likely match-up come November 5, 2024. In addition to his upcoming political clashes, Trump faces an unprecedented sum of legal battles that have sparked questions about his electability; nevertheless, his campaign remains the most well-funded of both […]

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The imminent danger of radical media

By Eden Levitt-Horne & Elad Levy Graphic by Kristine Lee, photo courtesy of nbcnews.com With US politics often playing out with more lies, melodrama and surprise reveals than an episode of The Kardashians, the national media has plenty of material to cover.  Even as political Tiktok influencers and Youtube channels become more mainstream, cable news […]

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