Smoking Out Big Pharma: Why We Haven't Legalized

Amanda Molloy

January 25, 2017

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On Oct. 18, 2006, Matt and Paige Figi had twins named Chase and Charlotte. Born without any medical complications, Charlotte seemed to be a happy and healthy baby. But what the Figis didn’t know about their daughter would al...

Race in the Kitchen: The Devaluation of Ethnic Food

Ashley Tejeda

January 25, 2017

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D.C. is becoming the city for foodies. With over 2,000 restaurants, according to the National Restaurant Association, it comes as no surprise that Bon Appétit named the city  the 2016 ‘Restaurant City of the Year.’ D.C...

Empathy Across Ideologies

Adam Jamieson

January 25, 2017

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While the Women’s March on Washington was mostly represented by one sociopolitical identity pertaining to women’s rights and social equality, there were several other subcategories of thinkers present, including those with i...

A Red Among All The Pink

Aya Elamroussi

January 22, 2017

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The Women’s March on Washington was crashed by a young Trump supporter holding a sign with “TRUMP” written in bold black print. Surrounded by a sea of pink hats and “pussy grabs back” signs, Andrew, who refused ...

The Trump Resistance

Michael Brest

January 22, 2017

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The day after Donald Trump officially became the 45th president of the United States, hundreds of thousands of protesters took to D.C.’s streets to express their fear over many statements the real estate mogul made during the ...

AU Dems Prepare to March

Antoinette D’Addario

January 21, 2017

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While thousands gathered at Donald Trump’s inauguration, whether to cheer or protest, members of American University’s Democrats gathered in a small room in the McDowell Hall to prepare for the Women’s March on Washingt...

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