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Opinion: English students need math

Seán Brennan

April 1, 2017

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Math is hard, say some English majors; I don’t like problems without clear answers, say some never-gonna-be-English majors. Numbers and letters are hard in different ways, but it’s every person’s duty to be reasonably good at both, and...

Opinion: Restore democracy with Article the First

March 27, 2017

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Although much attention has been focused of late on the Women’s March held the day after President Trump’s Inauguration, there have been 32 marches on Washington, D.C. since the 2009 Tea Party protest that specifically sought legislation to benefit the...

In my opinion: Ditch the two major parties — register Libertarian

February 10, 2017

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Back in October, I wrote an editorial urging the Loyola community to check out Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson. The successful entrepreneur turned two-term governor of New Mexico garnered nearly 10 percent of th...

In my opinion: I have faith in the future, do you?

February 9, 2017

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Christopher Wiseman ’88, Ph.D., Vice President of Institutional Advancement ”The Maroon” recently ran a front-page article on Faith in the Future, the first comprehensive fundraising campaign for Loyola Universit...

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