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  • Embers

    Thoughts from the Embers: Don’t snub largest donation in college history

    It’s counterproductive to accept major donations with anything but gratitude. We must consider how $5 million earmarked for an arts building can help the college indirectly address the school's more pressing concerns.

    April 23, 2014 TKS Editorial Board

  • Leland

    Why America isn’t a democracy

    If you are a U.S. citizen, conventional wisdom tells you that you live in a democracy: your voice is represented by another citizen who you hire for exactly that purpose. The available research, however, says something completely different: you live in a nation that is an oligarchy or a plutocracy.

    April 23, 2014 Leland Wright

  • mattbarry

    The end of the word?

    Recently al-Jazeera English ran an article with the provocative title "Is reading too much bad for kids?" Though the headline gave away the conclusion (as if doing too much of anything could be a good thing), I gave into the click-bait and saw what it had to say.

    April 23, 2014 Matt Barry, Co-News Editor

  • Payton

    When is U.S. intervention warranted? Only as a last resort

    As the world continues to get smaller, with our ability to communicate and gather information at a moment’s notice, complex global issues are going to arise. Some of these future situations will even require U.S. intervention. However, intervention should be the last resort rather than first inclination.

    April 23, 2014 Payton Rose

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