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Global leaders fail to embody leadership qualities
Opinions

Lea George | January 16, 2020

Defining leadership is one of the most important topics that high schoolers have to learn.

We face countless applications for summer programs, colleges and other organizations which ask why we believe…

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General Election poses questions for UK
News

Sajah Ali | January 8, 2020

Boris Johnson became the new Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party in July 2019. The U.K. was due to leave the EU on Oct. 31, 2019. As the deadline approached, newly elected Johnson negotiated…

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To the Lebanese Government,
Opinions

Lea George | December 10, 2019

I live in London. I was born here, I was raised here and yet I feel 100% Lebanese. I am proud of my nation, proud of my language, of my roots. But, I am ashamed of the government my people have been forced…

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Bergeron Fellow reflects on the power of storytelling
Features

Isabelle Lhuilier | December 2, 2019

“I want people to think of writing as the most fun thing you can do,” Bergeron Fellow Jennifer Finney Boylan said. “It’s more fun than playing video games, it’s more fun than riding a roller…

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Rethinking how we approach societal change
Opinions

Jonathan Novak | October 9, 2019

My main takeaway from the TEDxASL conference Sept. 24 was a mental dilemma. After the TEDx conference, I felt inspired, intrigued, and conflicted. The point of the conference was to focus on change. The…

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