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An Interview with Jake Siewert

By Anthony Cruz Richard L. “Jake” Siewert served as White House Press Secretary during the Clinton administration and in the Treasury Department under the Obama administration. He is currently Global Head of Corporate Communications for Goldman Sachs. Could you describe [...]

May 5, 2014 Interviews, Print Edition

An Interview with Congressman Jon Runyan

By Anthony Cruz Jon Runyan is the U.S. Representative for New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District. He has served since 2011 and is a member of the Republican Party. Before entering politics, he was an American football offensive tackle in the [...]

May 5, 2014 Interviews, Print Edition
Michael Dukakis

An Interview with Governor Michael Dukakis

By Sam Ruddy and Madison Russ Michael Dukakis served four terms in the Massachusetts House of Representatives and as the 65th and 67th Governor of Massachusetts. He is the longest serving Governor in Massachusetts history. He was also the 1988 [...]

May 5, 2014 Interviews, Print Edition

Is the UN Relevant Anymore?

By Kristina Kulik and Andriana Loukanari Critics call it too bureaucratic and inefficient. The complaints levied against its logistical limitations are valid; however, the United Nations remains the most prominent international body, particularly within the arena of human rights enforcement. [...]

May 5, 2014 Global, Print Edition

Groupthink and Polarization: A Tale of Redistricting

By Jonathan Iwry The last few decades, particularly since the start of the 21st century, have seen a significant rise in polarization. Politically, American society is fundamentally divided, and tensions are running high. It might be tempting to conclude that [...]

May 5, 2014 National, Print Edition

Regulatory Overaction: From Crisis to Bad Laws

By Jordan Rosman Richard Nixon once remarked that the most dangerous period of a crisis “is the aftermath” because “with all his resources spent and his guard down, … an individual must watch out for dulled reactions and faulty judgment.” [...]

May 5, 2014 National, Print Edition
NCAA Basketball

For the Love of the Game? NCAA Athletes’ Amateur Status

By Dillon Mahoney Slated to begin June 9th is a contest that will prove historic for collegiate athletics, and it will happen far away from the playing field. Former UCLA Bruins basketball star Ed O’Bannon will be switching courts as [...]

May 5, 2014 National, Print Edition
NFL Television

Dear NFL, Respect your Stakeholders: End the Blackout Policy

By Christian Moore As the 2014 wild card playoff game between the San Diego Chargers and the Cincinnati Bengals crept closer, serious concerns arose as to whether the Cincinnati faithful would have the opportunity to root for their Bengals on [...]

May 5, 2014 National, Print Edition

Sports in Poor Places

By Kamar Saint-Louis To many individuals, sports are considered a fun way to stay healthy, as well as engage in competition. Having been an athlete for most of my life, I can attest that the rush that a participant gets from competition is one of [...]

May 5, 2014 Global, Print Edition
"Argentina Protests

Argentine and American Polarization

By Nadia Tareen Last October, during my semester abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina, I recall my host mom commenting to me as we watched the news over dinner, “Wow, the politics in your country are just as bad as they are here!” The U.S. government had [...]

May 5, 2014 Global, Print Edition