Tangyu Zhang’s Op-ed Post

3 billion birds have vanished from our skies. Can we ever bring them back? The article explains several reasons for the dramatic decline of birds in the United States over the years, and warns of the importance of birds to nature. The authors suggest several ways to help birds survive, and urge people to bring […]

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Zoe Smith’s Op-ed Post

Sorry, but the Virus Shows Why There Won’t Be Global Action on Climate Change is an op-ed by Jason Bordoff that argues despite the quick and effective response to COVID-19 there will be no transferral of quick and effective action to climate change. This is due to the refusal to uproot daily lives for climate […]

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American Enterprise: The Barbie Doll

Hailee Arrington Displayed in the National Museum of American History in the American Enterprise exhibit is an original Barbie. She was made in 1958 by Mattel Inc. and has her characteristic long legs, slim waist, and blonde ponytail. Dressed in a striped one piece bathing suit, she stands amongst other American products and advertisements. She […]

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Sadie Herman Op-ed Post

This article talks about what the coronavirus means for the future of climate change. It talks about how currently it may be helping climate change because everyone is staying inside and not going to work so the air is strikingly cleaner and there is drastic reduction in the use of fossil fuels around the world. Although […]

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Mourning Our Leaders

Samuel McGuire How do you mourn the leader of America? Surely, one can’t produce a definitive, catch-all answer. The average american is not even likely to be able to recall the names of every US president, usually remembering the most memorable ones from their history classes or whichever ones who served in their lifetime. The […]

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