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The Global State of Anti-Semitism

Politicians are known for being able to harness these fears and manipulate us into projecting them onto other issues. Political fear mongering from both sides of the aisle seems to be at one of its highest points in a very long time. Republicans scare people by using migrant caravans and the prospect of a female…

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Participation Goes Far Beyond Voting

Yesterday, our country had a midterm election. If you’re like me, you’d become annoyed by the incessant reminders to vote on news and social media, from your friends and colleagues and from the politicians who want your support.   Voting is important, yes, and our future depends on it. But I’d like to call attention…

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Drag-O-Ween

Extravagant music and wild cheers could be heard echoing around Orton Center on the night of Oct. 19. Drag-O-Ween was in full swing, filled with flashy costumes, unparalleled dance moves and witty banter. This event, put on by the Pride Center, was a chance for students from all over campus to come together to experience…

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Voter Suppression in Georgia

Imagine being eager to register to vote for the upcoming midterms only to find a “pending” status on the county’s election office website. This is the case for as many as 53,000 Georgians, voting rights advocates say.   Brian Kemp, the Secretary of State for Georgia and Republican nominee for Governor, is being sued by…

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