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The Ivy League

Barakah Quader, Staff Writer

Everyone in the U.S. knows what an Ivy League school is and what it means to attend one. Hundreds of thousands of people all over the globe compete for a spot for some of the most exclusive universities in the world. 244 more words

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Wall Street Journal Op-Ed: The Obama-Military Divide

In this Wall Street Journal Op-Ed by Seth Cropsey, he examines “What should senior officers do if experience tells them that the president’s plan to defeat ISIS is unworkable without U.S. 1,142 more words

Politics

29/9/14 - RANT: Switching Genders

Someone once asked me, “You wake up as the opposite sex, what are the first things you would do?” and I thought about this. If I was to wake up as a woman, I would probably be doing the same things as a man. 191 more words

Difference between Op-Ed columns and Editorials

The term “Op-Ed” is originally short for “opposite the editorial page.” It consists of pages featured in a written media (for example a newspaper) with a strong, informed, and focused opinion written by external contributors, on an issue of relevance to a targeted audience.

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Auburn Journal and The Big Lie

If you read the Auburn Journal on a regular basis, you know that journalistic principles such as “fact checking”, “accuracy”, and “truth” take a back seat to the wishes of the Auburn Chamber of Commerce (more on in a later post). 419 more words

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