Republicans Seek to ‘Trump’le American Right

JENNIFER FAN MADELEINE PARAGAS Staff Writers Birthright citizenship has been an American right for about 150 years. Under the Fourteenth Amendment, anyone born in U.S. territories is given the legal right to citizenship, regardless of their parents’ status. Immigrants, documented or not, benefit from this amendment, as their children will not have to go through the lengthy and complicated process

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Mandatory Voting: Our Responsibilities as Citizens

JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writer The U.S. Constitution outlines the rights of its citizens, but it also outlines their duties and responsibilities. One of them is to participate in the democratic process; however, according to the Washington Post, in 2014 the U.S. saw its lowest voter turnout rate since 1942. If instead the U.S. had a system of mandatory voting, then

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