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Tag Archives: Issue 21

Oklahoma Gives American Exceptionalism ‘a Push’

AMBER LI JOSEPH NEY-JUN Staff Writers History classes in America are apparently not made to teach history, but rather the exceptionalism of our country. According to the Huffington Post, Oklahoma state legislators have cut funding for the Advanced Placement (AP) U.S. History program because it does not emphasize “American exceptionalism,” …

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NO ‘HO’LDING BACK: Part of the Noise

ELTON HO Copy Editor 13th century poet Rumi once wrote: “There is a community of the spirit. / Join it, and feel the delight / of walking in the noisy street / and being the noise.” This welcoming invitation has struck me ever since I first heard the lines. I …

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Equal Restrooms for an Equal America

DEREK WU Staff Writer With a population of over seven billion people, there will always be diverse and unique groups in the world. One group that is frequently harassed and hurt is people who are transgender Transgender people have a high rate of being targeted in violent hate crimes, and …

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Justice in Obama’s Immigrantion Plan

BARRY CHEUNG Staff Writer Over the past year, President Obama has planned to use his executive powers to create a new immigration plan in order to protect millions of undocumented immigrants from being deported; however, a 26-state lawsuit has opposed his actions, according to the New York Times. The states’ …

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