Student Op-Eds

ICYMI: Marco Rubio’s Bipartisan Attempt at Saving Free Speech

Hanna Bogorowski ’18 – Inside Politics Participant  On February 7th when Mitch McConnell used Senate Rule 19 on Senator Elizabeth Warren, many on the left cried out that Warren’s First Amendment rights had been stripped and degraded. Many on the right asked if McConnell had taken things too far and provided fodder for the Democrats to […]

Student Op-Eds Week in Review

Week in Review: Guantanamo Bay and Immigration

Helena Yang, ‘14 The hunger strike in Guantanamo Bay prison began in February, incited by a search for contraband copies of the Koran. Two months later, the problem persists and shows no sign of abating. More prisoners have joined the hunger strike, with some officials reporting up to 100 participants. Many of the prisoners have […]