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Re-taking Mosul Poses Risk for European Union

Re-taking Mosul Poses Risk for European Union

November 6, 2016

In an effort to retake the city of Mosul from ISIS, a coalition of forces consisting of various governments has begun the grueling task of flushing insurgents out of the city. While many of the terrorist organization’s leaders fled the city before the fighting began, ISIS has retained roughly 4,00...

Republicans may Lose Senate, Democrats may Gain

Republicans may Lose Senate, Democrats may Gain

November 4, 2016

As election day draws near, it’s becoming more and more likely that Hillary Clinton will win by a historic margin over her Republican opponent. While this would undoubtedly be a severe blow to the struggling party, much of what the GOP stands to lose has nothing to do with the presidential election....

AT&T Merge Poses Threat to Consumers

AT&T Merge Poses Threat to Consumers

October 31, 2016

In an announcement on October 22nd, AT&T and Time Warner are seeking to merge in one of the largest corporate acquisitions ever conducted. Totaling a stunning $85.4 billion, the combination of the two companies would come at a time when the Obama administration is facing tough criticism over previous...

iPhone 7 Reigns Supreme

iPhone 7 Reigns Supreme

October 27, 2016

Following the untimely passing of Steve Jobs in 2011, Apple Inc. desperately searched for fresh leadership to reassert market dominance. After an intense round of pick-up sticks, former Apple vice president Tim Cook was selected to fill the vacant position. Under his guidance, Apple has consistently...

Trump “Effectively Eliminates” Himself in Last Presidential Debate

Trump “Effectively Eliminates” Himself in Last Presidential Debate

October 20, 2016

Going into the final presidential debate on Wednesday night, both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump understood one thing—their demeanor would be closely analyzed by the public. Throughout the last two debates, both Clinton and Trump have made a spectacle out of unnecessary banter. Yet, just as the middl...

Satire: Trump’s Winning Temperament Will Lead him to Victory

Satire: Trump’s Winning Temperament Will Lead him to Victory

By Nicholas Coleman

October 20, 2016

Following the first presidential debate on Sept. 26, many in the routinely-biased media declared Hillary Clinton the outright winner. Political pundits — paid for their professional expertise — crammed the airways, lauding Clinton’s “superior knowledge.” Yet what these individuals repeatedly f...

Hillary Clinton’s Missed Opportunities

Hillary Clinton’s Missed Opportunities

October 5, 2016

Following a tremendous performance at Hofstra University, which hosted the first presidential debate on Sept. 26, Hillary Clinton emerged indisputably as the victor. Her answers were concise and comprehensible, often leaving Donald Trump hushed in a wake of vast preparation. Despite Clinton’s decisive...

ASUU Aims to Increase Transparency

ASUU Aims to Increase Transparency

October 3, 2016

Several months ago, a student with three years of experience in ASUU — Jack Bender — created the SLC party while running for Student Body president. His campaign, hinging mainly upon reducing fiscal allocations to various departments, promised to reduce student fees and increase transparency. Since the ina...

Two Party System in Need of Reform

By Nicholas Coleman

September 29, 2016

As election day draws near, citizens in the United States are facing a familiar challenge this November. Whether one supports Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, it’s likely that neither candidate will fully accommodate many viewpoints. Third party candidates such as Gary Johnson or Jill Stein have ye...

Self-Imposed Limitations, Microagressions on College Campuses

Self-Imposed Limitations, Microagressions on College Campuses

By Nicholas Coleman

September 25, 2016

Since joining the Pac-12 in 2011, the U has clearly exhibited a juxtaposition of the 20th century and the modern era. Near ubiquitous construction has spread across campus like wildfire, resulting in gleaming new colleges, libraries and exercise facilities. Aging relics — such as the Behavioral Sciences...

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