Sign of the Times

Asian Americans Should Not Be Silenced

Sophia Lovell calls for loud and unabashed activism in the aftermath of recent attacks targeting members of the Asian American community.
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Is Entertainment More Important Than Science?

Athina Mihalopoulos analyses the vastly different treatment of mainstream celebrities versus that of scientists by society.
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Quitting in the Final Hour Isn’t Noble

Kenneth Moody argues that quitting in the final moments, as some Trump administration members did, is not noble.
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The Trump Era Is Not Over

Nicholas Liu discusses how Trump and his ideas might continue to be a part of the American political landscape - despite him not being president.
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Violence Breeds Violence: How Rhetoric and Coverage Reveal Similarities Between US and Myanmar

Toni Shindler-Ruberg talks about the coup in Myanmar and its similarities to the American Capitol Attack.
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The Struggles of Applying to Law School During a Pandemic

Surya Swaroop details her unique experience with pandemic-era law school applications, unpacking the inevitable numbness from reliance on outdated ranking systems.
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Invisible Walls

Nicholas Liu unpacks President Biden's new cabinet picks and their potential for future political action.
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The Death By 1000 Cuts: How the Failure of Prop. 16 Will Kill Affirmative Action

Nathan Lee highlights the fragility of affirmative action in the aftermath of Prop. 16's failure to pass in California.
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How Ted Cruz Failed … Twice

Christine Tu critiques the recent actions of Senator Ted Cruz as foolishly irresponsible and outlines their potential implications for future reelection.
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Pandemic-Era Rule Changes Should Usher in a New Era for Awards Shows

Katie Caracciolo unpacks the changing environment of awards shows amidst a pandemic ultimately devoid of the traditional movie-going experience.
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I’m Scared To Get Sick During the Pandemic

Celine Pun highlights the importance of destigmatizing sickness during a pandemic.
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Time’s Up for the War on Drugs

Faiz Surani breaks down the monumental nationwide legalization of drugs and examines the potential next steps for the country.
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Not Naive, Necessary: A Short Case for Hope in 2021

Noah Ropp discusses why President Biden's rhetoric around unity is not a naive approach to our current political circumstances.
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A Case for Nuclear Power

Nathan Lee makes the case for using nuclear power as a solution to the growing climate crisis.
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Wear Your Fucking Mask. (Please. <3)

Toni Shindler-Ruberg encourages everyone to stay safe and wear their masks.
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