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Euthanasia & Contractual Capacity

By Ashley Javier, Staff Writer The concept behind euthanasia is that one may die with dignity, in which the individual believes he or she would rather end life in a more peaceful manner than to prolong the suffering they are experiencing and may endure in the future.  Euthanasia is often […]

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Federal Judge and D.C. Circuit Note that Undocumented Teen Immigrant has Constitutional Right to Abortion

By Amy Kerlin, Staff Writer The right to abortion is guaranteed by the United States Constitution and the landmark case of Roe v. Wade.  Last week, the question arose whether undocumented minors who illegally entered the United States also had a constitutional right to terminate a pregnancy. Jane Doe, who […]

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Exploring Capital Punishment

By Elizabeth Echard, Staff Writer Should criminals be put to death for the crimes they commit? The topic of capital punishment has always been a sensitive issue in the United States.  Many individuals have specific opinions as to whether our present society should support such actions.  Many debates have focused […]

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Preventing Cybercrime Through the Education System

By Ashley Javier, Staff Writer Cybercrime is a growing issue and is heavily prevalent in today’s society as we advance technology and increase our dependence on such technology, to the point that it governs our day to day activities and interactions. All sorts of problems arise from cybercrime, especially since […]

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The State of Our Education: Funding Fundamentals

  By Matt DeSantis, Staff Writer Equal education is the bedrock of equality in general, allowing for children from impoverished backgrounds to raise themselves as high as their more fortunate peers. This equality only exists where students are afforded the same opportunities and quality of education as other schools. These […]

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NCAA Amateurism Rules Promote Integrity at a Price

  By Katherine Mannion, Staff Writer A cornerstone of NCAA athletics has been the staunch enforcement of the amateurism of its athletes. The NCAA’s Division I handbook dedicates almost 30 pages to the concept, defining the ins and outs of where athletes can and cannot be paid before and during […]

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