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    From K-Dot to Kunta: The New Fate of Kendrick Lamar

    Compton, California has birthed its fair share of artists who have gone on to make a mark in the rap and hip hop industry, but it’s Dr. Dre’s protege, Kendrick Lamar who has…

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    Fossil Fuel Divestment: Our Path to a Livable Future

    As the climate crisis worsens, it is becoming clear that action must be taken to prevent further deterioration of our environment. As a society, sustainable living needs to become…

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    Ayotzinapa: Mexico´s Pandora´s Box

    During this past year, Mexico experienced one of the worst crimes in recent memory — the kidnap and murder of almost 50 students. The magnitude of this atrocity has not been…

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    Counterbalance: the Grudge Goes Global

    Following November’s midterm elections, it was quite clear that with a shift in the balance of power, current policies were going to be modified . What may have been less…

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    Op-ed: Voices not silenced at Northeastern

    In response to Prasanna Rajasekaran’s column published on March 31 in the Northeastern University Political Review, I am writing to ensure that our student body receives the…

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    A Senator’s Account of Monday’s SGA Hearing

    Apartheid Standing, Free Speech Falling With Help From Northeastern University On March 16th, 2003, an event occurred in the Gaza Strip that appalled the United States and the…

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    SGA Senate Tramples Student Speech

    On Monday, March 16, the Student Government Association (SGA) Senate voted “no” on a referendum proposed by the Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP), which advocated for…

  • Washington DC, November 6, 2014. Social justice activists affiliated with Creative Resistance, freepress, DemandProgress, Fight For The Future and other groups rallied in front of the White House this evening in support of net neutrality and against the latest plans by the FCC to sneak in* 'pay for play' fast lanes for content providers and consumers, stranding those who can't pay in slow lanes. By Stephen Melkisethian on flickr

    The Future of Net Neutrality

    “After more than a decade of debate and a record-setting proceeding that attracted nearly 4 million public comments, the time to settle the net neutrality question has…