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The Times They Are A-Changin’

The Times They Are A-Changin’

By Riley Fink Throughout the course of listening to our many speakers and visiting sites today, a common underlying theme seemed to connect all of them. Time always moves forward, but the experiences we heard of on this day all expressed the need to adapt to what the future brings. Coincidentally, most of the change … Continue reading

New Ideas in Old Places

New Ideas in Old Places

By Josh Hughes Perhaps one of the most stable institutions in the history of the United States is the judiciary. Through good times and bad, war and peace, the court system has stood as a monument to justice across the United States. Despite the many injustices served and problems of the judicial system across our … Continue reading

Where’s the Opposition?

Where’s the Opposition?

By Harrison Yu This morning’s session on the future of U.S. foreign policy was perhaps the most informative and least speculative set of lectures that we have had thus far. ¬†Both Barbara Slavin and Lawrence Korb have had years of experience each, working in the field and in think tanks. ¬†They talked about problems that … Continue reading

The gap between rhetoric and reality

By Annie Hayes During our morning academic session on Tuesday, we had the opportunity to hear from a panel of experts within the political science field who analyzed the outcome of the 2016 election. The panel included Ruy Teixiera, a fellow at The Century Foundation and American Progress, John Hudak, a fellow at The Brookings … Continue reading

A Change Election?

A Change Election?

By Sarah Schroeder The election of Donald Trump to the office of the Presidency, a republican controlled House of Representatives and Senate, and a majority of state governments turning Republican, is often attributed to American voters desiring change.