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Mike Yard, Christina Greer Talk Caribbean Immigration

Political Science professor Greer led a talk at New York's Tenement Museum.

The Importance of the 2016 Presidential Election

As I sat watching the Republican debate on March 3, enduring the consistent bickering back and forth that often had little to do with the actual issues plaguing America today, the true importance of this year’s election seemed awfully clear.

Why On Screen “Diversity” is a Misguided Attempt at Social Justice

One of the central tensions of Spike Lee’s 1989 film “Do The Right Thing” is the lack of black individuals on the Wall of Fame in Sal’s Pizzeria

Poli Sigh: Trump’s Puppet Polls

A Super Tuesday reflection.

USG Food Services Committee: Your Voice Needed

Sodexo is currently responsible for providing food services to both the Rose Hill and Lincoln Center campuses, though a change may soon be made.

We are Wasting Too Much on College Campuses

College campuses are some of the most egregious offenders when it comes to the disposal of recoverable food.

A Vote for Hillary is Not a Vote for Feminism

Hillary Clinton frequently draws attention to her sex in order to gain the support of female voters.

Snow Emergencies Need Better Responses

Winter Storm Jonas crippled public transportation and dumped more than 30 inches of snow in New York.

We Need to Define “Natural-Born” Once and for All

The problem here is that vagueness in our Constitution’s language is creating a situation where we are publicly constructing the image of what we call “The American.”

Too Young to Love Bowie?

The death of David Bowie shook the world: he passed away on Jan. 10, 2016 after an 18-month battle with cancer.