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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


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


Barring Brutality

By ALISHA SINGH, junior GOVERNMENTS AROUND the world use violence against their own citizens during times of unrest and civil disobedience. By creating bloodshed, they silence opposition against government policies and the ruling class. Crowd control tactics include the use of rubber bullets, batons, tear gas, and pellet guns, all of which are far more … Continue reading


Hoping for Hasankeyf

By SIYA SCINDIA, senior 5,671 MILES away from JP Stevens, on the banks of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, lies the historic village of Hasankeyf. Located in southeastern Turkey, Hasankeyf is home to one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the world, dating back approximately 12,000 years. Hasankeyf hosts ancient monuments and architecture built … Continue reading