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The PyeongChang Olympics get political

John Bozick, Web Editor

February 13, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The Olympics has long been a time for peace and cooperation among the world's nations, yet despite this rare show of diplomacy, politics has often been shunned under Rule 50 of the Olympic Charter. The 2018 Winter Olympic Games started off as a different affair, as with the tone for most events in the world today, politics and political s...

What it’s like to be a Fashion Week intern, Part 2

Katarina Kovac, Staff Reporter

February 13, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Feb. 6 (Six days before the Zimmermann show) 4:00 p.m.: I just landed in New York City and have the Zimmermann store re-opening event in SoHo to be at by 6:00 p.m.  I grab my bag from luggage claim and sprint out of LaGuar...

OPINION: Considering life on Lincoln’s birthday

Isaac Martin, Political Contributor

February 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

“Public sentiment is everything. With public sentiment, nothing can fail; without it nothing can succeed.” -Abraham Lincoln As we commemorate America's 16th President’s 209th birthday, our country lies in similar straits as antebellum...

The release of the anticlimactic memo

John Bozick, Web Editor

February 6, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The Twitter hashtag #ReleaseTheMemo has been trending among right-wing twitter accounts in recent weeks over reports that House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R Calif.) would soon release a memo that some believed would fi...

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