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Late Night TV in Trump’s America

I have to admit; one of my life’s guilty pleasures is a binging-watching clips from late night TV. From SNL skits to “Carpool Karaoke”, these hilarious snippets are endlessly entertaining. Being a self-proclaimed political junkie, lately I have found myself … Continue reading

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Then, “What is consent?”

Last week in our class we read very intense articles about the court and law with regards to sexual assault and domestic violence. The Court case that really made my head spin, and think about the law very seriously was … Continue reading

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Steve Jobs- the modern example of a classic liberal

This past week we have been discussing classical liberalism and civic republicanism. Jennet asked us to think of someone that embodies either. Over the break, I watched a couple documentaries, and even read a biography on Steve Jobs. He’s a … Continue reading

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“With Liberty and Justice for All”: Victim-Blaming in the Court System

In The New York Times’ “The Opinion Pages” the recent hot topic for discussion was     “Young Women, Drinking and Rape.” Debaters against women binge drinking made statements such as, “protecting women is not ‘victim blaming’” and “nothing liberating … Continue reading

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