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What’s standard in standardized testing?

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The 21st-century has been pioneered by creative thinkers leading the frontier of modern society with their revolutionary inventions and technology. With this progression, the...

@realDonaldTrump

For years, my older relatives warned me against putting too much personal information out on the internet, as I could not control who would...

It’s time to give power to the youth

I have always considered myself politically aware. Memories of mornings in my house were always backed by the background noise of whichever news station...

I’m just as valid as my culture

One time when I was in elementary school, my mom cornrowed my hair just before school started. I was livid. I hated the way the...

“It could have been my son”

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“It could have been my son.” I have heard my nana utter these words more than once. It could have been my son. Virginia Tech,...

No “justice for all” on college campuses

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Betsy DeVos scales back Title IX sexual assault policies to favor the accused On Sept. 7, sexual assault survivors, students, parents, and advocate groups gathered outside...

The skin that I am privileged in- by J-1 Correspondent Asha...

 When I was little, I thought my race was yellow. It made sense in my six-year-old mind. When my mom said, “No honey, you’re black”,...

Equal opportunity is not equality- by Online Editor-in-Chief Emma Ford

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Equal opportunity is one of the most misleading statements in American history because it often camouflages significant issues. Opportunity does not always result in...

Wage gap is both reasonable and explainable- Guest Columnist

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A battle cry of the modern third-wave feminist movement revolves around the concept of a “wage gap,” the idea that women in modern society...

America’s race problem is not Trump’s fault- By Editor-in-Chief Olivia Carey

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“It’s not Trump’s fault.” Anyone who has read one of my opinion pieces before knows that those are the last words that would ever come...