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One World Trade Center

From Ash, A Quiet Confidence Rises

By Jonathan Fried This year, One World Trade Center will finally open its doors to the world as rebirth incarnate, an immensely powerful symbol of American resilience and strength. It has endured its fair share of criticisms: its 1776-meter height [...]

March 18, 2014 National, Print Edition
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Gender Standards in the Modern Military

By Arielle Klepach Almost one year ago, then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta ordered all military branches to open combat- arms roles to women. Many view this decision as a step towards increased gender equality, but the shift has not come without [...]

March 18, 2014 National, Print Edition

An Interview With Melanie Sloan

By Sarah Gizaw Melanie Sloan is the Executive Director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW), a non-profit government watchdog group. Sloan attended the University of Chicago, where received her B.A. and J.D. Prior to CREW, Sloan served [...]

February 11, 2014 Interviews, Print Edition

An Interview With Senator Joe Lieberman

By Anthony Cruz and Gabe Delaney Senator Joseph Lieberman is a former U.S. Senator from Connecticut and served as the Democratic nominee for Vice President in 2000 election with running mate Al Gore. Despite winning the popular vote, the Democratic [...]

February 11, 2014 Interviews, Print Edition

An Interview with Joseph Califano, Jr.

By Anthony Cruz and John Cheo Joseph Califano, Jr. was the 12th U.S. Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare under President Jimmy Carter. As Secretary, Califano led anti-smoking initiatives (which later led to his exit from the administration), childhood immunization [...]

February 11, 2014 Interviews, Print Edition
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An Interview With Amartya Sen

By John Cheo Amartya Sen is an Indian economist who has made extensive contributions in the fields of economic and social justice, development economics, and social choice theory, among others. He has served on the faculty of several universities around [...]

February 11, 2014 Interviews, Print Edition

From Russia Sans Love: FALL DEBATE, WINTER OLYMPICS

  By Gregory Segal What prompted you to found CREW? Was it one specific instance of corruption that shocked you or was it a general sense that Washington needed work? It was a general sense that Washington needed work in [...]

February 11, 2014 Global, Print Edition

The True Price of the Olympics

  By Isaac Blancas “Fazemos um novo futuro.” One of many chants I overhear from news channels around Latin America. While my native language is Spanish, I can still understand the actions and reactions of the Brazilians in Portuguese, and [...]

February 11, 2014 Global, Print Edition

The "Special Relationship"

  By Nikhil Subbiah The brief time that I have spent in the United States has given me some insights into the American perception of my home country, the United Kingdom. In seeking to explore the relationship between the two, [...]

February 11, 2014 Global, Print Edition

The GOP and the Millennials

  By Jonathan Stahl In the 1980s, with President Ronald Reagan at the helm, the Republican Party was thriving, and the organization began to cement itself into the party as we know it today. Reagan and his contemporaries established the [...]

February 11, 2014 National, Print Edition