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Our Minimum Wage

Brendan Birth '16, Columnist

November 22, 2013

Minimum wage legislation always struggles to make progress, and this time is no different. This lack of progress on the issue is attributed to the fact that such legislation is viewed as a “job killer.” This sort of discourse...

Decisions are made by those who show up

Brady Hummel ‘17, Guest Columnist

November 7, 2013

Student loan interest rates. Affordable, high-quality health care. . Mortgage rates. Tax rates. With so many uncertainties facing our generation that immediately and directly affect all of our lives, one would think that...

Letter from the Editor

Matthew Korb ’14, Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2013

Since 1977 there have been seventeen shut downs in the United States. And they are rarely longer than a few days or even hours. But, for every day that the government is forced to churn over its budget, vital federal services...

Linking Politics and Film

Virgina Cady ’15, Clarke Forum Contributor

April 11, 2013

There’s more to movies than just what you see on the screen. Peter Lev, professor of electronic media and film at Towson University, came to Dickinson on Thursday, Mar. 4 to discuss the political and social evolution of the...

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