Not My President

December 29, 2016 Riya Kurian 0

Since the night of the election, protests against the election of president-elect Donald Trump have erupted across the entire country. Following Donald Trump’s election to the presidency, thousands of students and activists filled the streets […]

Election Thoughts

December 26, 2016 Colin Bayne 0

Election election election. All we’ve heard about these past few days is the results of the election, and the fallout from it. Some people are thrilled, some people are horrified, and some people simply take […]

Why is College Hard?

October 11, 2016 Sheryl Jacob 0

Senioritis: A deep-rooted illness that afflicts many senior year high school students after college acceptance letters have been mailed out and generally lasting until the eve of a student’s first day of college. Merriam Webster […]

North Carolina’s Transgender law

April 13, 2016 Vector Staff 0

North Carolina’s Transgender Law By Colin Bayne, contributing writer On March 24, North Carolina passed a law that deals with a very common and pressing civil rights issue of our time: the rights of transgendered […]

Politics Blotter: March 2016

March 9, 2016 Vector Staff 0

By Ianiz Patchedjiev The results of last week’s Super Tuesday primaries have given Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton the victories they need to solidify their positions as the frontrunners of their respective parties. However, the […]

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