Pope Francis Calls a Meeting

By: Tanvi Mittal (Correspondent) Pope Francis was recently accused of covering up several sexual abuse allegations by Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganó, the previous Vatican ambassador, who in a letter accused the pope of knowing from as early as 2013 about the abuse. In response to this, Pope Francis has called a meeting in February for all the Catholic bishops to discuss the issue of sexual abuse and determine ways to prevent it. This is unprecedented because no pope has ever called such a large scale meeting before to discuss the issue.

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Serena Williams Subject of Controversial Cartoon

By: Rachel Hess Wachman (Correspondent) After Serena Williams, a world famous tennis player, argued with the umpire over a rarely enforced violation at the U.S. Open on Saturday September 8th, an Australian newspaper printed a controversial cartoon of Williams that has been labeled by many as both racist and misogynistic.

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The Responsibility of Voting Falls on Us

By: Ben Kane (Editor in Chief) November 6th, 2018: a day that will undoubtedly be one of the most important days in America’s history and another demonstration of the power of the democracy we live in— a day that will set the course of the American government for the foreseeable future, and a day whose results will impact the lives of every American citizen.

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