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    Why We Have a Joke for a Political System

    ARTICLE BY LENA LESZINSKY Some of you readers may have read Summer Osborn’s work from two weeks past. If not, I recommend you check it out. It’s an accurate read with evidence that I can corroborate with my own experience of working on a congressional campaign. Maybe I had a slightly more [...]
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    Girl Talk

    ARTICLE BY SUMMER OSBORN Last Tuesday, October 11th was International Day of the Girl Child, a holiday that began in the United Nations in 2012 in order to raise awareness about gender inequality and celebrate women’s progress. The holiday is meant not only to cultivate knowledge about gender [...]
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    A Summary of Turkey’s Last Decade: Recep Tayyip Erdogan

    ARTICLE BY HALIS YAKA On July 15th, 2016, the Republic of Turkey experienced a brutal military coup attempt which failed when thousands of Turks flooded the streets of major urban centers such as Istanbul, Ankara, and Izmir to fight against the coupists. The coup began and ended in a matter of [...]
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    The Vice Presidential Debate- Who Won, and Does It Matter?

    ARTICLE BY NOLAN WEIN Viewers who tuned in to watch the vice presidential debate on October 4th witnessed a more energetic and heated exchange than many had expected. Usually, vice presidential candidates are referred to as “attack dogs” by political pundits, since they’re often used by [...]
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    Chinese Democracy and the Fall of Hong Kong

    ARTICLE BY JUSTIN YANG Before Hong Kong was officially handed over from the United Kingdom to China in 1997, there were hopes that Hong Kong would serve as a breeding ground for Chinese democracy, leading eventually to the political liberalization of the People’s Republic. The British had left [...]

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