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Whispers and Slithering Tongues

Whispers and Slithering Tongues

How quickly we dip our fingers into the pools of blood of our Muslim Brothers and Sisters, and bite into the flesh of our dead Brothers, The ways in which we use our sharpened nails to pinch Through the skins ...

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The Problem with CVE

The Problem with CVE

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has some interesting plans in store for us, and it is pressing that we understand these plans and what serious effects they have on our community. Just a few weeks ago, the White House ...

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Bracelets

Bracelets

This is to all the strong women inhabiting my memory: to mothers who whispered lullabies to their daughters about how they should grow up to be storytellers and tell about lost histories who closed their eyes and held tiny soft ...

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Something Powerful

By Amal Ali & Sarah Rahimi You know, it’s hard to write something powerful as a sister Always raised to be seen, not heard Sing like a bird, not roar like a lion Be elegant, graceful, subtle, gentle, foundational Never ...

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New Victims: The Aftermath of Charlie Hebdo

New Victims: The Aftermath of Charlie Hebdo

By Chakib Mouzaoui & Sanna Alas In the shadow of the murders of Yusor and Razan Abu-Salha and Deah Barakat, discrepancies in media representation of violence have become more glaring than ever. This tragedy has confirmed for us what many in the ...

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Saving Hearts Foundation

Saving Hearts Foundation

  By Victoria Rhee Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is the number one killer of student athletes and the number two killer of young adults under the age of twenty-five. It strikes without warning; death is often the first and only ...

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Opinion: Fear and Hope Following UNC Shooting

Opinion: Fear and Hope Following UNC Shooting

Deah Shaddy Barakat. Yusor Mohammad Abu-Salha. Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha. For the past week, those three names have been ingrained in our minds. Almost every aspect of their lives has been shown to us through social media. By now, most of ...

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