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Editorial: Harvard lawsuit should not target Affirmative Action

Abigail Lee, Reporter

December 11, 2018

Filed under Editorial

A pending lawsuit against Harvard University by Asian Americans could significantly alter Affirmative Action as it exists today. In 2014, Students for Fair Admissions filed a lawsuit on behalf of Asian students against Harvard and asserted that the school discriminated against them during admissi...

Harvard’s New Admission Process: Turning the Tide

April 27, 2016

Filed under Lifestyle, World

By: Maddie O’Shea Today, the term “Ivy League” has quite a reputation: an erudite achievement. But along with its grandiose aura, the presence of academic and economic pressure as well as a lack of meaningful contribution can surface. Making Caring Common (MCC), a Harvard graduate school,...

Mae Carol Jemison: Stanford at 16 to First Black Woman in Space

Mae Carol Jemison: Stanford at 16 to First Black Woman in Space

February 25, 2016

Filed under Science & Technology, World

By: Irene Ciocirlan She had a dream. Mae Carol Jemison, the first African American woman to fly to space, has greatly impacted black history. Black History Month was created in 1976 to celebrate the achievements of African Americans. Every February, we recognize Jemison’s exceptional accompli...

Danger of video games overblown

November 16, 2015

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By: Dan Buser Violent video games do not cause children to be violent, and therefore selling them to minors should not be banned. First entertainment censorship has never worked in the past whether it was TV, movies, radio shows, or even dating back to prohibition. Secondly in scientific studies the...

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