A Profile of Neil Gorsuch

Image courtesy of Vanity Fair It was just over a year ago that Justice Antonin Scalia passed, leaving a vacant seat on the bench of the highest court in the land. At the time, President Obama nominated appellate court judge Merrick Garland to replace Scalia. Garland was denied even a…

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A review of the Campus Leaders Summit

Shortly before spring break, student leaders from Student Senate and CUA, along with the leaders of a number of Greek organizations and the multicultural organizations BSA, QUILTBAG and Mi Gente, held a summit to evaluate the effectivity of those organizations in engaging the student body in extracurricular campus life. The…

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Trump’s Travel Ban: What We Know

Following the executive order on Jan. 27 this year, which banned immigrants, refugees and several other demographics from traveling to the US from Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Yemen and Lebanon, there has been a great deal of political upheaval and legal dispute regarding the constitutionality of the ban, leaving…

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Changes to federal financial aid

This past month ushered in a restructured schedule for student loan applications, a fresh lawsuit aimed at the largest federal student loan service provider in the nation and a new presidential administration; all of which demands its own share of students’ attention in order for them to maintain financial solvency…

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