What’s Wrong With Being Lady-Like?

Emily Keyes
Sports Editor

Women’s History Month, which just finished its annual March run, has only been around since the 1980s. It was International Women’s Day first, and then Women’s History Week, until Congress decided that, like Beyonce belts out in her song “Run the World (Girls),” girls do in fact run the world, therefore, there should probably be a month dedicated to the mothers of mankind.

They celebrate it in Australia, Canada, and the US. Each year and each country has a theme; in the past, it has been “Women’s Education- Women’s Empowerment” and “Women in the Business of Food” in the US and Australia, respectively. I had no idea about any of this information until I started researching for this article.

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State Of The Future

Jordan Javelet
Staff Writer

President Obama’s State of the Union address reaffirmed the ideals of his administration and posed a challenge to the American people—a challenge reminiscent of John F. Kennedy’s 1961 Inaugural Address: “Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country.” Continue reading

Election Winners And Losers

Gabriel Stuart-Sikowitz


Democrats: Obama was reelected, the Democrats made gains in the House and Senate. The Democrats won with huge margins among Asians, Hispanics, youth and single women. The future of the party looks to be one of inclusivity.

Women: Women will be represented in the Senate with a total of twenty female senators, the most ever, representing almost forty percent of the country’s population.

Richard Mourdock of Indiana and Todd Akin of Missouri both lost their seats in Congress, as did their ‘definitions’ of rape.

Hawaii elected the first Asian-American women to the Senate with Mazie Hirono, who is also the first Buddhist, as well as the first person of Japanese decent elected to the Senate. Hawaii also elected another woman, Tulsi Gabbard, who will be the first Hindu in Congress.

LGBT Community: Wisconsin elected the first openly gay person to the Senate with Tammy Baldwin. Arizona elected Kyrsten Simena, the first bisexual person in Congress.

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What to Expect If Romney Wins the Presidential Election

Max S. Haberman
Staff Writer

What would Republicans do differently if elected in November?  Really, nothing.
They would want to renew the Bush tax cuts—that is, cutting taxes for the wealthiest of Americans.

This right off the bat doesn’t make sense, since businesses will hire based on their current needs for work, not on how much money they have.  According to PolitiFact, corporations are sitting on nearly $2 trillion, and while some of that is being used for general upkeep, the rest of it does not seem to be invested in as much as we’d like.
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