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Ever so meticulously, I angle my chopsticks and scoop up three distinct seaweeds from my Pokeworks poke bowl. The crunchy nori mingles with briny ogo seaweed from Hawai’i and the tough hijiki seaweed straight from...
For every student accepted to Harvard, nineteen others are rejected, making admissions a zero-sum game in which a set of criteria promoting a particular group will directly demote others. One such evaluation factor is legacy...
A college library bookshelf.  The Great Works “We absolutely never explicitly talked about race in my English classes. I do remember in my senior year class saying something to my classmates about what it’s like to be...
John Bel Edwards was elected governor of Louisiana in 2016. He previously served as the Minority Leader of the Louisiana House of Representatives. Edwards identifies as a conservative Democrat who is pro-life and pro-Second Amendment....
The Nile River from Cairo Tower. The Nile is commonly considered to be the longest river system in the World. Originating in Lake Victoria and the Ethiopian Highlands, it covers about 6000 kilometers before reaching Mediterranean...
Senator Dick Durbin is the senior senator from Illinois and the Senate Minority Whip. He has been a chief proponent of the DREAM Act since 2001 and is an avid supporter of the current FBI...
More than halfway through his four-year term, Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin has now been sued by Attorney General Andy Beshear four times. Beshear is challenging Gov. Bevin’s increasingly routine attempts to capture power from the...
On his first day in El Campamento, photographer Dominick Reuter did not take a single picture. He had entered what many consider the epicenter of the opioid epidemic in Philadelphia: a half-a-mile stretch along Gurney...
David Hogg, Ryan Deitsch, and Cameron Kasky are founding members of the Never Again movement, a response to the February shooting at their high school in Parkland, Florida. They are now traveling the country with...
As Acting Attorney General, Sally Yates refused to enforce President Donald Trump’s executive order banning immigration from six Muslim-majority nations. The administration dismissed her in January 2017. Harvard Political Review: You started your career in...

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