The Sweet Side of Free University

By Volt Subunvong Equality will Improve the American Society Imagine yourself frantically looking for a possible knowledgeable university, like Harvard or Yale. Then you realize that it’s too expensive. But, what if the universities are free? What would happen? Denmark is a country where every citizen has access to university because their education is either […]

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Show us a smile

By Marcus Choong A common issue faced by so many around us, yet nothing is changing Come on now, show us a smile. A line used by parents to cheer up their child. A line used by sympathetic friends to reassure their friend. A line that unfortunately, has now been strongly associated with creepy detestable […]

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To Punish or Reform? Aren’t Prisoners Human Too?

By Hina Singh Prisoners exchange their freedom to settle their debt to society for their crimes and are locked up under brutal conditions. But they deserve it right? The stigma of being a prisoner is that you are violent, abuse drugs, and are a threat to society; just overall, fundamentally flawed. In some cases, this […]

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Gender inequality in Korea

“When men are oppressed, it’s a tragedy, when women are oppressed, it’s tradition.”- Letty Pogrebin” By Allegra Tang Someone is watching you. On 21st March 2019, Korean singer and actor Jung Joon Young was arrested for distributing sex videos without consent to his friends, one of them being a member of Bigbang, a popular kpop […]

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Can Money Really Buy You Happiness

By Daryn Leung About 10 years ago Playstation started getting people’s attention. Seemed like everyone was buying it. Then there was me who wanted to save up but seemed like it was forever. Never was able to get it. Made me feeling devastated, even by the time I had the money, there was always something […]

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The Divided States of America

By Victor Giaquinto Over the years, the United States has become increasingly polarized, with the left wing’s extremists, ANTIFA, growing at record speeds membership-wise, and the right wing’s extremists, the fascists and the KKK, also growing in membership like never before in history. Why has it come down to this, you may ask? Upon close […]

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Parent’s Uninformed Battleground

By: Ariz Alirahman Picture this: a child staying up and playing video games, such as Call of Duty, then the same kid robbing a store saying that he learned this from said game. With huge titles like Overwatch and Call of Duty taking the world by storm, and pro gaming being considered an official sport, […]

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So This is How Vocabulary Dies: with Thunderous Applause

By Pablo Blaringhem Donald Trump talks like an elementary school student. Thankfully for all parties involved, this is neither a purposefully controversial hook or the beginning of a political op-ed, but simply an observed fact. As communication technology and the Internet continue to develop at a brisker pace than ever, it is the ironic truth […]

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Take No Offense, “Snowflakes”

By Diya Nanavati Warning: the contents of this article may be offensive to some people… but then again, isn’t everything? In the 21st century, social media has taken the world by storm. As we become more aware of issues and beliefs around us, we try to understand and sympathize with everyone. However, in an increasingly […]

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