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The US has Taken Appropriate Action

By Aedan Yohannan Freshman, GW The past four years have marked a comprehensive and necessary shift in the United States’ approach to China, a nation that has been impenetrable to democratic political reform that the neoliberal consensus wishfully thought free trade...

The US Should Stop Fracking Immediately

By Sophia Gengler Sophomore, GW Drilling for natural gas through the use of hydraulic fracturing must be abolished as a source of energy in the United States for the preservation of our drinking water, atmosphere, and climate. With the onset of global climate change,...

Allow Controversial Speakers on Campus

By Siddarth Sasane Sophomore, GW Whenever matters of free-speech are up for debate, I am reminded of Ms. Keshia Thomas, who in June of 1996 was photographed in Ann Arbor, Michigan protecting a suspected white supremicist from a mob. Ms. Thomas is a black woman. She...