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Should Journalists Vote?

Should Journalists Vote?

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Freegans Fight Food Waste: Dinner’s in the Dumpster

Reina DuFore, Staff Editor

April 28, 2016

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While most consumers stroll through supermarket aisles meticulously, searching for the reddest apple or the perfect pear, a different kind of search takes place nearby. Some people flock instead to the big metal bins that offer fr...

AU Debate Society Ranks Nationally: No Argument

Shelby Ostergaard

April 28, 2016

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When someone asks American University junior Frankie Orrico if she had a good weekend, her answer is a bit complicated. As president of AU’s Debate Society, Orrico’s weekends are usually spent competing at tournaments acro...

Changes in Mennonites’ Apolitical Culture: God Before Government

Paloma Losada, Staff Editor

April 28, 2016

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The Mennonite community in the United States hasn’t been known to line up by the hundreds outside polling stations, hold picket signs protesting unjust laws or advocate for a certain candidate. Though they have traditionally s...

Photo Essay: Holy Hill

Megan Yoder

April 28, 2016

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Washington, DC, practically shut down from Sept. 22 to 24 in anticipation of Pope Francis’ high profile visit. Roads closed to make way for his motorcade as he visited the White House, Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, ...

Working Around Imposter Syndrome: Who do You Think You Are?

Kendra Yoshinaga

April 28, 2016

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Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor once told the New York Times that she was always looking over her shoulder, wondering if she measured up. Author Maya Angelou said that every time she wrote a book, she felt like she had “...

Strong Ladies of Women’s Rugby: Down and Dirty

Lindsey Grutchfield

April 28, 2016

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Rugby is an intensely physical sport. With 80 minutes of nonstop play and only a 10 minute halftime, it is more punishingly cardiovascular than football, with all of the contact and none of the padding. Needless to say, bumps...