Harriet Tubman
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Harriet Tubman

By SANJANA BHANUSHALI The United States Treasury announced that Harriet Tubman would be replacing Andrew Jackson on the front of the $20 bill, while Jackson’s picture would simply be moved to the back. Tubman,an African American woman who escaped from a plantation in the South and reached her destination in the North, was a conductor … Continue reading

Bilingual
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Bilingual

By AISHNIYA KANDULA Recalling the time when my grandma visited the United States in the early spring of 2013, she arrived at JFK and we went to receive her. She can speak only her mother tongue, Telugu, and besides a spattering of English words, is monolingual. Even 2 hours after the flight landed, we couldn’t … Continue reading

Trump International
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Trump International

By BRIAN DAN DING Beatings. Mayhem. Crackdowns. Mob Rule. These antagonistic words do not describe an uprising in some third world country, rather, they have been plastered all over television to describe the increasing violence at Trump rallies… In the past, Trumps rallies have demonstrated a revolutionary behavior in the American psyche especially when his … Continue reading

Drones
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Drones

By SATHVIK RAVI The year is 2020. Imagine a perfectly crisp blue sky, blotted out only by hordes of drones and the parcels they tightly clasp. One drone detaches itself from the swarm, lands in front of a small, comely house, and drops a cardboard package onto the ground. A small camera juts out from … Continue reading