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The Democrats Have Reclaimed the House Majority. Where Does America Go From Here?

By Finn Mayock Published: November 14th, 2018 November 6th, Tuesday night, in a midterm election with unprecedented turnout, Democrats managed to flip enough Republican congressional seats to retake the majority of the house. However motivating this success was to the Left, after two long years of political domination by the …

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A Letter to The Editor: The Residence Hall Management Responds to Sexual Assault Allegation

By Eitan Madmon Published: November 7th, 2018 The dormitory management and any of its employees strongly and decisively condemn any conduct that is sexually inappropriate in any way. Neither the dormitory management nor any of its employees have ever received any complaint regarding a possible harassment.  Furthermore, no such complaint …

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A Forum on “The First Amendment and Civil Rights on College Campuses”

By Michelle J. Anderson Published: October 31st, 2018 Two recent instances of faculty speech at Brooklyn College have troubled our campus. In late September, a professor advocated sexual assault on his personal blog. He wrote, “having committed sexual assault in high school ought to be a prerequisite for all appointments, …

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