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In Order to Have Students in a Town Hall, You Must First Let Students Know of a Town Hall

By Zainab Iqbal Published: February 13th, 2019 Last week was the first of the four town halls that students had demanded from the Brooklyn College administration. Unfortunately, students did not show up. A few days before the town hall on Tuesday, February 5, the editor of the other campus newspaper …

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The Dangers of Facial Recognition Technology

By Edmund Zhen Published: February 6th, 2019 One of mankind’s most groundbreaking advancements happened during the Industrial Revolution, where its inventiveness drastically elevated people’s quality of life. Today, the world experiences the highest living standards ever recorded in history, with technological advancements that go beyond our materialistic needs. Today, the …

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Donald Trump’s Presidency is Shielding Him From Indictment

By Finn Dallaghan Mayock Published: December 12th, 2018 “Totally clears the President! Thank you!” Donald J. Trump remarked on Friday evening, after the FBI’s Southern District of New York (SDNY) filed its sentencing memorandum for the Presidents former personal attorney Michael Cohen. The memorandum did not, however, “totally clear the …

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