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Anita J Joseph

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Shall We Discuss Sharia?

Islam has a legal framework, which covers everything from diet to crime to interest rates, which can be enforced in voluntary tribunal courts; this makes a discussion on Sharia law especially important.

Editorials

Dissenting Opinion: Ignorance is Not Bliss

Political and religious discourse have always been intimately bound in America. Today as ever, the United States is an intensely religious place.

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Dissent: Border Law Basics

No matter how one thinks illegal immigrants should be treated once in the U.S., most Americans can agree that the act of entering a country without the proper legal permits is, in fact, a crime.

Summer Postcard

POSTCARD: The Made-for-TV Tribe

The Maasai encourage simplistic stereotypes of Africans.

Summer Postcard

POSTCARD: The Good Doctor

Dr. Abbas looks to give all his patients more than simply a medical cure.

Op-Eds

POSTCARD: City Fears

The constant paranoia would be comical, except that unlike the fears that drive my day-to-day actions during the rest of the year, many of my present fears could never be perceived as trivial.

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Grow Up

Living with hundreds of people your age just isn’t normal, so let’s try not to get used to it.

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No Liberté in Fraternité

France’s actions against veils have set the tone for the rest of Europe.

Op Eds

The Case for the A-Plus

A more positive way to combat grade inflation and reward students for exemplary academic work would be to raise the grading scale to include A-pluses.

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Election Day Apathy

Ultimately, we should vote in local elections not only because they affect us tremendously, but also because it’s our responsibility as citizens of a democracy.

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DISSENT: Presidential Power

“The question we have to ask is who has done the most in the previous year to enhance peace in ...

Heart and Seoul

SEOUL, South Korea — I’m going to miss a lot of things when I leave Seoul. I’ll miss green tea

The Age Handicap

SEOUL, South Korea — Last week, my fellow intern and I attempted to treat our colleague to a nice meal—instead,

Stay the Course in Korea

SEOUL, South Korea — What Iraq and Afghanistan taking up the airwaves, it’s easy to forget that for the past

Testing Up

SEOUL, South Korea — The months leading up to South Korea’s college-entrance exam, the College Scholastic Ability Test, are some

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

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Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads