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Transgender Day of Remembrance helps us recommit to justice

Transgender Day of Remembrance helps us recommit to justice

I’ll be back home in about 50 hours, and the main thing I have to worry about before then is my paper due Friday at 1. After that, I’ll be free to relax and enjoy Thanksgiving with my family and [...]

November 20, 2013 Opinion
Trayvon Martin pictured with his father, Tracy Martin, before his death on February 26, 2012.

Compassion is crucial in Zimmerman verdict’s wake

By Spenser Hickey News Editor In light of George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, I am reminded of an episode of the TV series “The West Wing.” A Latino LAPD officer shot and killed a black [...]

July 14, 2013 Opinion
New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who has authored a bill to change the way the United States military tries sexual assault cases. Photo from gillibrand.senate.gov.

Veterans denied justice by a broken system

By Spenser Hickey News Editor Since World War II, as many as 1,000,000 men and women have gone into the service, eager to serve their country, only to be sexually assaulted by their comrades. Most never reported it and only [...]

June 11, 2013 Opinion