By Natalia Holliday, Web Editor Three years after the Bosnian civil war in the 1990s, Petitioner Divna Maslenjak and her non-party husband Ratko sought refugee status in the United States for fear of persecution from both sides of the conflict. As Serbs living in Bosnia, Maslenjak held that Muslims […]
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By Nick Frost, Executive Editor One of the most contentious issues in America today is the application of the death penalty. It is undoubtedly a common topic in public speaking classes around the world because of the passionate arguments it invokes for both sides. It has caused countless protests […]
By Susan Pickup, Staff Writer In the 8-0 decision Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, the U.S. Supreme Court held in favor of a student with autism and attention deficit disorder (ADD), a small victory for students with disabilities everywhere. The issue dealt with the federal Individual with […]