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Missiles in Syria a welcome departure from diplomatic norm

Aidan Denehy, Opinion Editor

April 20, 2017

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion

The month of April has thus far been a difficult one for the Trump administration in terms of diplomacy. Currently, Trump has to carefully negotiate two very threatening situations with two hostile countries- Syria and North Korea....

Arts are a requirement for human improvement; don’t cut them

Lauren Batchelder, Crier Staff

March 29, 2017

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion

On October 1, The National Endowment for the Arts could potentially lose its funding after President Trump’s administration decided to put it on the chopping block. What most people don’t realize is that art enriches our lives,...

American immigrants need amnesty from hatred and fear

Aidan Denehy, Opinion Editor

March 29, 2017

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion

Since the inauguration of Donald Trump, word has spread like wildfire of the exponential increase in detentions and deportations by ICE - The Office for Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.  One of Trump’s well-touted campaign...

In the spirit of He who has served; service leadership and working with others

Greg Valcourt, Crier Staff

March 29, 2017

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion

Friends, As we approach the time of year in which we change the leadership of our clubs and organizations, it is right and just to contemplate what it means to be a leader. Throughout our lives and our studies, we have many...

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Editorial

March 29, 2017

The cult of scientific illiteracy

Edward Frankonis, Crier Staff

March 15, 2017

Filed under 2016-2017, Opinion

The Earth is flat, and NASA faked the 1969 moon landings, according to well-known rapper B.o.B. He declared this opinion last year, citing the inability to see the Earth’s curvature from the horizon as evidence for this declaration....

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