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#BlackLivesMatter and the Musicality of Tragedy

By Ja’han Jones In 1879, French composer Ernest Guiraud arranged a suite of compositions written by fellow Frenchman Georges Bizet. This suite, titled “L’arlesienne Suite No. 2,” was the successor to Bi...
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Marco Rubio: The Gatekeeper to Higher Education?

By Scott Godfrey During an interview on The Daily Show, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) set forth the following argument: You are better off as a welder than as a graduate of a university with a degree in philosophy. Stewart ...
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Ten Things I Learned Since I Met Social Justice

By Tayllor Johnson 1. Social justice behaves more like a riverbed than anything else. How difficult it must have been for the Earth to carve itself around the inevitability of people noticing a perpetuating pattern of ca...

My Most Important Job

  By Anaín Bjorkquist When I sat down to write this piece these uncomfortable feelings began to bubble within me. Sounds crazy right? A woman feels uneasy dreaming about a world in which women lead the way. This wom...