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  • What to Do (and What Not to Do) About the Pro-Palestine College Protests

    What to Do (and What Not to Do) About the Pro-Palestine College Protests4

    Pro-Palestine protests have erupted on college campuses across the United States. Columbia University in New York City was the first to revolt. Weeks later, demonstrations and encampments have popped up at over 40 colleges nationwide, all calling for a ceasefire in Gaza and divestments against Israel. The impact on college life has been palpable. On

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  • Why Education Can Exist—and Prosper—Without Government Schools

    Why Education Can Exist—and Prosper—Without Government Schools2

    In his famous essay The Law, Frédéric Bastiat explains how many who object to the free market and liberty create a false dichotomy between having the government provide some service and the service’s abolition altogether: Socialism, like the old policy from which it emanates, confounds Government and society. And so, every time we object to a

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  • What Four Years of Creative Writing Have Taught Me

    What Four Years of Creative Writing Have Taught Me4

    In 2020, I took my first college-level creative writing class. It was held on Zoom (compliments of COVID-19), and I wrote a clunky 500-word piece that was, in part, about a bug. Now, at the end of four years of writing prose, poetry, and hymns, my writing has become (at least slightly) more sophisticated. Here

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