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Black Lives Matter.

By MAHATHI RAVULA, freshman 2020 HAS BEEN a turbulent year to say the least, from COVID-19 to the Beirut explosion, both of which took the lives of many. Among the many crises which have occurred this year are the protests against cases of police brutality and racial injustice in this nation, and the people that … Continue reading

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A Butchered Defense

By SIYA SCINDIA, senior ON SEPTEMBER 8, 1950, the Defense Production Act was enacted in response to the start of the Korean War. The act gives the federal government more discretion to direct and expedite industrial production during national emergencies. Though traditionally invoked during wartime, the Defense Production Act is now being used to tackle … Continue reading

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A Requisite Reopening

By MRUNMAYI JOSHI, junior, and ARYAN KHONDE, senior OVER THE PAST few months of the COVID-19 crisis gripping both the United States and the world at large, measures such as social distancing and self-quarantining for sick individuals have been instituted by most authorities. To prevent the spread of the virus, it has become necessary for … Continue reading

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Biden Our Time

By MRUNMAYI JOSHI, junior IRONICALLY ENOUGH, if there’s something everyone agrees on these days, it’s that no one agrees on anything. America is more divided than it has been in decades, with the gap between liberals and conservatives having become a gaping abyss. The current president is generally seen as the catalyst for this discord, … Continue reading