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  • Greeks Head to the Polls
  • A Conversation with Alex Brill
  • Boston Strong: Commercializing Trauma
  • Minor Leaguers Have Rights, Too
  • The Other Side of Paradise
  • Everyone’s a Doctor
  • Greeks Head to the Polls

    Greeks Head to the Polls

    BY JOHN NIKITAS Greece’s unemployment rate has fallen by more than two full percentage points, nation-wide strikes and protests have subsided, and the unpopular bailout program is set to end in less than two months. The country’s six year recession is finally over. It would appear as if the Greek […]

  • A Conversation with Alex Brill

    A Conversation with Alex Brill

    INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY NAHUEL FEFER Introduction: Mr. Brill served as the Chief Economist of the House Committee on Ways and Means from 2002 to 2007. In this role he helped shape the Bush tax cuts, and worked on a variety of other issues related to economic policy. Since 2007 he […]

  • Boston Strong: Commercializing Trauma

    Boston Strong: Commercializing Trauma

    BY RACHEL BUTLER When you type the words “Boston Strong” into Google, the first results that pop up are t-shirts for sale. With an $11.98 kids’ version, a $19.99 variation sporting the Boston Bruins logo, and a $25 iteration with the Boston skyline on the front, the Boston Strong t-shirt […]

  • Minor Leaguers Have Rights, Too

    Minor Leaguers Have Rights, Too

    BY ALEX GRIFFEL Over the last several months, the movement to protect young athletes against exploitation by antitrustexempt businesses (such as the NCAA) has scored major victories. The Northwestern University football players’ union, the public outrage following Shabazz Napier’s statement that he and his teammates went to bed hungry because […]

  • The Other Side of Paradise

    The Other Side of Paradise

    BY KATELYN TAIRA “It’s gotten worse,” my Aunty Aileen says as we talk over lunch. It is difficult to reconcile the images of picturesque beaches and sunsets with the hunched figures shuffling along the streets and crouching next to buildings we have both seen. With half of my family living […]

  • Everyone’s a Doctor

    Everyone’s a Doctor

    BY LINDSEY WANBERG I emerged from the bathroom, a distant look in my eyes, dangling my phone melodramatically from the tips of my fingers. The phone display was pulled up to Google results of my search inquiry: “Why have I urinated four times in the last half-hour?” (This was a […]

 

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Politicizing the Surgeon General

Politicizing the Surgeon General

BY RUBY ARORA Ebola took the world by storm a few months ago, and panic has since spread like wildfire through Africa, Europe, and the United States. From Eric Duncan to Nina Pham, each successive case of Ebola in the U.S. shocked American...

 

A Conversation with Alex Brill

A Conversation with Alex Brill

INTERVIEW CONDUCTED BY NAHUEL FEFER Introduction: Mr. Brill served as the Chief Economist of the House Committee on Ways and Means from 2002 to 2007. In this role he helped shape the Bush tax cuts, and worked on a variety of other issues related...

 

The Other Side of Paradise

The Other Side of Paradise

BY KATELYN TAIRA “It’s gotten worse,” my Aunty Aileen says as we talk over lunch. It is difficult to reconcile the images of picturesque beaches and sunsets with the hunched figures shuffling along the streets and crouching next to...

 
 

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Greeks Head to the Polls

Greeks Head to the Polls

BY JOHN NIKITAS Greece’s unemployment rate has fallen by more than two full percentage points, nation-wide strikes and protests have subsided, and the unpopular bailout program is set to end in less than two months. The country’s...

 

Tainted by the Nobel

Tainted by the Nobel

BY GABRIEL RUBIN When Jean-Paul Sartre turned down the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1964, he quipped, “I was not aware at the time that the Nobel Prize is awarded without consulting the opinion of the recipient.” Few besides Sartre have...

 

After the Fall of the Wall, is Berlin United?

After the Fall of the Wall, is Berlin United?

BY KATHERINE SURKO This November marked the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. Today, decades later, is Berlin actually united? At first glance, it is hard to tell the distinctions between East and West Berlin. However, while the...