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In Washington, D.C., A March Against Fear

At the March For Our Lives, young people stood front and center in the fight against gun violence in America.
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Opinion: Non-Disclosure Agreements and the Ethics of Paying for Silence

Scandals involving powerful men like Donald Trump and Harvey Weinstein have trained the spotlight on the controversial non-disclosure agreement.
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Is the Global Citizenship Movement the New “White Man’s Burden”?

What does it mean to be a global citizen, and is it an inherently good thing?
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Police Officers or Immigration Officers? The Dilemma of Responding to ICE...

Should police officers be doing the jobs of immigration officers, and what are the repercussions?
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In Michigan, A Prisoner Forced to Pay for His Own Incarceration

A prisoner in Michigan recently published a major collection of short stories. Now, prison officials are asking him to use the profits to pay for his own incarceration.
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Opinion: Rethinking Our Massacre Problem

As the Parkland mass shooting once again thrusts guns into the public consciousness, it is time to rethink our approach to gun violence.
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Is it Time for a Permanent Olympic Venue?

For many countries, hosting the Olympics brings in fewer tourists and more debt -- would a permanent location change that?
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SpaceX and the Ethics of Space Travel

As humans head toward the stars, questions of bioethics and politics arise.

Tragedy of the Commons in Cape Town’s Water Crisis

Cape Town will likely the first major city to run out of water in modern times. Can anything be done to solve the problem?
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What The Supreme Court Is(n’t) Doing About Gerrymandering

Gerrymandering has proven an especially controversial issue in the courts. Has the Supreme Court done enough to act on it?