Monthly Archives: November 2018

The Pride and Shame of the Hyphen

Written by Olivia Schwartz Growing up in the majority white city of Scottsdale, Arizona as a young girl that did not look like my fellow classmates, it made me to recognize the hyphen that I would later be forced to … Continue reading

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Tyranny of the Majority and the Importance of the Electoral College

Written by NG Davis In a democracy, the majority rules. And while that may seem fair for the majority, it also means that the minority is left out in the dust. According to “Preventing ‘The Tyranny of the Majority,’” Edwin … Continue reading

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