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Rohingya genocide can no longer be ignored

In an era of fake news and an "America first" philosophy, the Rohingya need our attention now more than ever

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Democrats continue using old, useless argument opposing tax reform

As history shows, similar tax reforms to today's overhaul have greatly benefited the American economy

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To hold politicians accountable for sexual assault, settlement transparency crucial

Keeping hush money records confidential only perpetuates a culture of secrecy and dominance

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Point Counterpoint: Even a year after Trump elected, he still wants to make America great again

Trump's original campaign message has never been lost from his presidency even a year after he was elected

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Point Counterpoint: After a calendar year of Trump, all our fears about his inadequacy have been realized

Immaturity, incredulousness, backwards and haphazard legislation and botched diplomacy are among the results of Trump's presidency thus far.

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Proud Boys emblematic of rampant misogyny in America

For far too long have women been subjected to male-dominated rhetoric relegating them to a role as demure housewife

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In modern America, truth has taken a backseat to convenience

In cases such as COMPAS algorithm, Project Veritas, an expedited process and over simplistic sting operation demonstrate convenience over verification

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Increasing conversation about hypermasculinity, male libido central to fight against sexual assault

Rape motives among men may stem from early, implicit education, and addressing male sex drive is crucial to unraveling such a pattern

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Recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital first, and likely last, correct Trump policy of 2017

Capital announcement a first step towards a peace-carrying two-state solution for the Middle East

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Persistent pattern of violence, discrimination should be enough to reevaluate existence of Greek life at UW

Sororities and fraternities puts its members in harms way and negatively affects those around the area, so where will colleges draw the line?