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Column: Issues to split student vote

Column: Issues to split student vote

Student government election season is coming, and that means voting not just for student body president and executive vice president but also voting on various referenda.

by × March 19, 2015 × 13 comments

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Unpaid internships unrealistic, immoral

Unpaid internships unrealistic, immoral

America, America. The land of opportunity. That is, the land of unpaid opportunity. From high school to graduate school, young adults of all ages are trying desperately to get their feet in the door and secure the American dream, which more or less has come to mean “a job that pays the bills.” And how do they do this? Through internships, of course.

by × March 5, 2015 × 22 comments

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Column: SJP hides true intentions

Column: SJP hides true intentions

Next week, our campus will be hosting Israel Apartheid Week (IAW), a series of events hosted by Students For Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapters across the country. It is time that this event and this group are exposed for what they truly are. SJP does not stand for justice, instead they are a hate group and a more fitting definition of the acronym would be, “Students for Jewish Persecution.”

by × February 26, 2015 × 42 comments

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Column: Teacher-student relationships difficult to navigate

Column: Teacher-student relationships difficult to navigate

By Kenny Sokan, editorial columnist Have you ever had a crush on a teacher? Their class is your favorite; you work a little harder in that one to impress said professor. In a sea of dozens of students, a quick glance from them seems like an intimate acknowledgement. Nearly everyone […]

by × February 19, 2015 × 12 comments

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Column: Political correctness a form of censorship

Column: Political correctness a form of censorship

By Ross Beroff, editorial columnist After both of my most recent editorials, I have been met with attacks on my character, been called uneducated and a radical and told my words were “disturbing.” In a response to one of my editorials, the author also proved my point by making these […]

by × February 12, 2015 × 16 comments

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Column: Vaccine debate uncalled for

Column: Vaccine debate uncalled for

By Kenny Sokan, editorial columnist  In recent weeks, the United States has seen a resurgence of measles, a highly contagious disease. An outbreak occurred at the end of December at Disneyland, a prime breeding ground of unwashed hands and touchy kids.  Since then, more than 100 cases have been reported […]

by × February 5, 2015 × 45 comments

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Column: NU promoting immoral NGO

Column: NU promoting immoral NGO

By Ross Beroff, editorial columnist When it came out that a former Northeastern student was working with ISIS to develop its social media presence, there was obvious outrage and curiosity amongst the student body as to how this could occur. This is a sad story, but in no way can […]

by × January 29, 2015 × 2 comments

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Column: Conn. teen denied healthcare rights

Column: Conn. teen denied healthcare rights

By Kenny Sokan, editorial columnist

by × January 22, 2015 × 3 comments