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Op-Ed: COVID-19 in the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

May 8, 2020

Through concerted partnerships between the Israeli government and many Israeli-based NGOs, medications and treatments to combat disease have made their way to the world's most disenfranchised populations for decades. Amid the...

Companies Combat COVID-19: Elon Musk Paves The Path Forward

Will Mahan, Scarlet Staff

April 4, 2020

When one thinks of combating the COVID-19, one may think of what individuals are doing and what the government does to combat the virus. However one company that should not be overlooked in its relief efforts is Tesla. Earlier...

The COVID Panopticon

Ian Francis, Contributing Writer

April 4, 2020

Amidst recent subjugation to self-imposed quarantine, I’ve found myself inadvertently rotating through various social media platforms in order to occupy those pockets of the day where attention for schoolwork has been lost....

Peace and Violence in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: A Response

Monica Sager, Scarlet Staff

March 27, 2020

On February 7, Noor Almaslamani published an article titled “A Stateless State? Palestine…to Where?” in which she states that “Palestinians have been trying to implement a peace plan with the Israelis for so long now." T...

Clarkies vs. Coronavirus

Luis Santos, News Editor

March 23, 2020

I was informed to an extent, or rather, I knew nothing of the details until I watched “Why Shane Dawson is PARANOID, investigating the Mysteries of Coronavirus,” a video posted about two weeks ago, by a YouTube drama channel...

Who’s Doing What? Dealing with Uneven Distribution of Work in Clubs

Mary Kelley, Scarlet Staff

February 29, 2020

There are many different archetypes within the typical club, more specifically, the one who does all the work, and everyone else. At least that is what everyone tends to think, and typically that is how it tends to turn out. ...

Trump Administration Diverts $3.8 Billion for Wall Funding

Claire McMahon, Scarlet Staff

February 29, 2020

The Pentagon recently diverted $3.8 billion from the Department of Defense, money that Congress had allocated for fighter jets, ships, and other National Guard equipment, to help fund the building of a wall along the Southern bo...

Study Abroad: A Case for CET Prague

Elyse Wyatt, Opinions Editor

February 29, 2020

On January 15th, 2019, I hugged my mom goodbye one last time as I turned to go through security before boarding my flight from Boston to Prague, where I would live for the next four months. I had been dreaming about studying ab...

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