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Should Colleges Use Racial Preferences in Admissions?

Should Colleges Use Racial Preferences in Admissions?

Background Even though discrimination based on race is technically illegal in the US, many people of color still face the effects of centuries of systemic racism. Universities like Harvard have implemented affirmative action programs to accept more Black, Hispanic,...

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Should College Sports Continue During the Pandemic?

Should College Sports Continue During the Pandemic?

Background In March 2020, the COVID pandemic halted nearly every aspect of Americans' daily lives - including college sports. This fall, in the midst of heated debate on the subject, many schools have chosen to continue their athletic programming. While college sports...

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Should the US Implement a Carbon Tax?

Should the US Implement a Carbon Tax?

Background As wildfires burn, glaciers melt, and extreme weather becomes more frequent, Americans have grown increasingly concerned over climate change. While it still remains a controversial issue in the US, most scientists agree that humans are to blame. They argue...

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