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It’s time to fix the problem we’ve created

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Australia started the year in smoke.  Towards the end of last year, the world watched as the Brazilian Amazon was engulfed in flames. Once more,...

A beacon of hope in a sea of hate

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On Dec. 10, 2019, the Rumors of War statue found its permanent home at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA). It stands 27...

Letter from one of last year’s student vandals apologizes to the...

On the night of May 12, 2019, two Godwin students spray-painted hateful symbols on the front of Godwin. The vandalism included racist and threatening...

More than just a natural disaster

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The burning Amazon is no accident - it has a cause and action needs to be taken now The Amazon is in a...

Our climate should not merely be political

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Regardless of politics, climate change is our problem to solve Climate change, whether we like it or not, is a problem that is beginning...

Believe the victim before we protect the accused

If we want women to speak up, we must support them when they do In an era where the #MeToo movement is prevalent and more...

Integrity: Is it gone in politics?

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The nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, along with many other controversial politicians in the era of Donald Trump, tests the authenticity...

Our climate depends on us, and our lives depend on the...

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When we think of the inevitable tearing apart of our universe, or even the inevitable explosion of our galaxy’s sun, as one might every...

When is enough enough in the #MeToo era?

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Over the past year, the “Me Too” movement has motivated a mass of women to bring to light their sexual harassment stories. Many celebrities have...

Protesting your rights, within your rights

When does protesting cross the line from constitutional to too extreme? Under the first amendment, Americans are allowed the right to protest, as well as...