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Interfaith Students Offer Solidarity

210 people of diverse faiths, and counting
February 3, 2017
Filed under Letters to the Editors, OPINIONS

To the Editors: We the undersigned, representing a wide spectrum of worldviews and campuses all across the country, wish to express our support for refugees and immigrants all over the world impacted by the executive order issued Jan. 27 that bars them from entering the United States. We are especiall...

Executive Order Threatens U.S.

Booker C. Peek, Emeritus Associate Professor of Africana Studies
February 3, 2017
Filed under Letters to the Editors, OPINIONS

To the Editors: To date, it has been American citizens who have slaughtered masses of people in this country, except on 9/11 when 19 foreigners, mostly Saudis, attacked the U.S. Because of the Internet, those outside the U.S. wishing to do us harm do not have to travel here; they can from anywhere in...

Off the Cuff: Navigating National Security: Intelligence Gathering in the Information Age panelists

Off the Cuff: Navigating National Security: Intelligence Gathering in the Information Age panelists

Elizabeth Dobbins, News Editor
April 17, 2015
Filed under Campus News, NEWS

Seven security experts spoke at the Apollo Theatre on Thursday on a panel titled Navigating National Security: Intelligence Gathering in the Digital Age. Five of the panelists, Jennifer Sims, OC ’75, Robert Jervis, OC ’62, Judith Klavans, OC ’68, Diana Wueger, OC ’06, and Joe Alhadeff, OC ’...

U.S. Intervention in Iraq, Syria Ineffective

Dylan Tencic, Contributing Writer
November 14, 2014
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

During a strategic planning conference with foreign military leaders, President Obama had an encouraging change of perspective on operations in the Iraq and Syria. He acknowledged that the fight against ISIS expands beyond military action and stressed that we are combating an “ideological strain of...

ISIS Fears Prevent Sound Strategy

Dylan Tencic, Contributing Writer
October 10, 2014
Filed under Commentary, OPINIONS

At an Aug. 28 news conference, President Barack Obama made the mistake of being honest with America. Asked to explain what steps the country would take to combat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, he conceded: “We do not have a strategy yet.” Given the deep-rooted complexities of the controversy,...

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