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  • Article 370 repeal outlook bleak

    In a daring move, described as “India’s Kashmir checkmate,” the president of India, Ram Nath Kovind, issued a new constitutional order abrogating Article 370 and Article 35A of the Indian constitution on Aug. 5, 2019. In doing so,...

    Forum | September 23, 2019
  • Political partisanship linked to cognitive flexibility

    In a timely study conducted by researchers at the University of Cambridge, 743 men and women from the U.S. were given a series of tests to determine a relationship between partisanship and cognitive function. The study found that extremely partisan individuals tended to have lower levels of cognitive flexibility. To elaborate on what this means, the ability to switch between various concepts and t...

    SciTech | September 23, 2019
  • Lucy Dacus Concert

    At the last concert I went to before attending this one, I left the venue with my hearing impaired for two hours, completely exhausted from the last three hours of moshing to death metal. That’s why it was a nice change of pace that both openers at the Lucy Dacus show, Taylor Janzen and Quinn Christopherson, didn’t even have drums or bass in their set. For both sets, it was just two people on stag...

    Pillbox | September 23, 2019
  • Fear Inoculum Review

    After 13 years, Tool came back with a monster of an album, Fear Inoculum. With ten songs clocking in at a length of an hour and 26 minutes, it’s certainly their longest album. It dethroned Taylor Swift from the charts once it came out, quite possibly the most glorious feeling I’ve felt in the past few weeks. A mainstream album by a famous metal band that is actually topping the charts is a rare ...

    Pillbox | September 16, 2019
  • U.S. needs change in current approach to foreign policy

    There is a lot of rhetoric surrounding the unprecedented nature of the current regime’s foreign policy “strategy.” I put that in quotes because the United States hasn’t had a proper foreign policy since 9/11, and arguably hasn’t had one since the Gulf War. But even in both the post-Cold War and post-9/11 era, there was a degree of predictability that the U.S. had followed since the end of World Wa...

    Forum | September 9, 2019

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