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OpEd - The Threat From Within

Many in the united states have this feeling in their stomach that our country is headed toward socialism. Nothing could be more true. The desire to rewrite, ignore, and/or destroy history is paving the way. 440 more words

Servant Warrior

Academic Institutions or Corporate Institutions?

By Shreyanka Pal, Deputy Editor

Almost every industry has taken a hit due to the pandemic in some shape or form. The education sector is no exception. 807 more words


The Dark Mountain Rises

I’d like before the world is ripe

to make men cry for what they are

once and for all so that

they never cry again… 1,588 more words


In Defense of Exploitation

Alexandra Tran

July 21, 2020

I went vegan almost exactly one year ago and it was a long time coming. Moral philosophy was my first academic interest, stemming from my encounters with libertarian thought and my early questioning about religious faith. 2,528 more words

Result And Research

The Future of Work: A Vision

COVID-19 has forced us all to rethink many aspects of our lives. Job losses, stimulus checks, 0% interest rates and stock market turbulence dominate conversations when avoiding the more morbid topics of death and disease. 2,840 more words

Musings BITS

Beauty and sustainability.

Due to the subjective nature of beauty there are many definitions to describe this idea. In this article the definition of beauty that I will be using is based on pattern recognition. 488 more words


I have been sitting in the sunshine reading “Revolution” by Russell Brand

for the second time:

My grandson loaned me a copy initially.

Last time I saw my naturopath he was singing the praises of Russell Brand and I said… 41 more words