The Problem With the American Primary System

When Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) conceded the 2020 Democratic presidential primary to former Vice President Joe Biden, he brought an 18-month-long process to a close in mere seconds. Throughout the course of the primary, instead of focusing on policy, candidates have been throwing brutal jabs at each other. We’ve seen an array of individuals vowing [...]

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Warren’s Fall Is the Democratic Primary’s Greatest Tragedy

After declining from a predicted frontrunner to a mediocre contestant in Iowa, New Hampshire and Nevada, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) is proving to be a massive failure for voters. Alongside many of her fellow Democrats, Warren entered the race early last year to fight against one of the most unpopular sitting presidents. I was initially [...]

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Campus Greek Life Fosters Toxic Masculinity, Appropriates

The Greek system is a quintessential feature of American college life. On the whole, one should consider its purpose, which many would claim is to form friendships, to secure connections after college by way of “networking” and, let’s face it, to party. These perks reveal prominent issues revolving around the institution: the toxic culture of [...]

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