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Discrimination is Everywhere, Not Just Toward Minorities

Zachary Alfred-Levow, Staff Writer

December 2, 2013

On October 15th, the Supreme Court continued arguments over Michigan’s voter-approved law to ban use of racial criteria in college admissions. Four months ago, at the University of Texas, a white student said the college’...

Women’s Rights and Education in the Middle East Starts at Home

Joel Danilewitz, Staff Writer

November 18, 2013

In October, a girl by the name of Malala was making waves once again. She first caught the public’s attention when she stood up for her right to an education in Pakistan. She then received more attention when the members of...

Malala Yousafzai has Greater Achievements than the Nobel Peace Prize

Pranav Pillai, Staff Writer

November 17, 2013

On October 9th, 2009, I arrived home from school and played video games with my brother. On the same day, the Taliban shot a Pakistani girl of my same age in the head and neck in an assassination attempt. That ensuing weekend, I...

I Do Not Want to Talk about Affirmative Action

Euphoria Davis, Opinion Editor

November 17, 2013

Since I am a senior in high school, the biggest thing on my mind is the college admission process. As much as I try to prepare and make sure that my application is all-together, there is so much that it out of my control. My peers...

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