A Tale of Two Centuries

By Caitlin Rueden  The 21st of February this year marked the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Verdun, the longest battle in human history. This struggle between France and Germany is infamous for being the “epitome of the pointlessness and savagery of World War One.” Lasting roughly ten months, the battle led to nearly 1…


Palestine: Differing Views in Israel & The Jewish Diaspora

By Michael Momayezi The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is often portrayed as a conflict between two unwavering and vehemently opposed sides unwilling to make concessions. Reports of the recent rise in violence like that of 13 year old Palestinian Ahmed Mansara, who stabbed two Israeli Jews and was subsequently beaten, have strengthened the salience of this polarized…


Unpaid and Unprotected

By Chris Lewitzke From the moment almost every college student sets foot on campus, he or she is inundated with a piece of advice repeated by professors, counselors and parents alike who are worried about the student’s future employability: “If you want a job after graduation, you’re going to have to find an internship in…


John Kasich: The Man in the Middle

By Joseph Hendricks “If you knew what Sununu.” New Hampshirans love this “punny” phrase which hints at the widespread knowledge of their former United States Representative and Senator John E. Sununu. Sununu now headlines a growing list of influential political figures, and Charles Barkley, who have recently endorsed Ohio Governor John Kasich for the Republican Presidential…

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