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Month: November 2017

Current FCC Chairman Is Doing Less Regulating and Allowing More Propaganda

Under the purview of its chairman, Ajit Pai, and President Donald Trump, the Federal Communications Commision (FCC) has become less of a regulatory institution and more of a strong-arm influence towards pro-Trump propaganda. Alongside the president’s attacks on the media, Pai’s manipulation of the supposedly independent agency signals the degradation Read More

St. Mary’s Fall Sports Come to a Close

Now that the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) tournaments are all wrapped up, St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM) fall sports are officially done for the year. This means that both men’s and women’s soccer and cross country, field hockey, and volleyball all have officially concluded their campaigns. The rowing, sailing, Read More

Alumni Letter to the Administration Regarding Title IX

This letter and alumni signatures were originally published here. Dear President Jordan, I write this letter in the hope that you will commit publicly to enforcing Title IX, in the wake of announcements by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos that the federal government will be rescinding specific guidance and enforcement for schools. Read More

No Gold Under This Rainbow for Spacey

Hollywood found itself in a new kind of spotlight starting in the month of October as dozens of celebrities stepped forward with recollections of sexual abuse inflicted by coworkers. Among these victims was Anthony Rapp, well known for his role in “Star Trek: Discovery” coming forward with accusations against the Read More