JULY 2021

CHRISTIAN MATOS

Emily Johnson | July 2021

Although dissent is healthy at every level of government in a democratic society, there is something particularly salient about a unanimous decision when a controversial issue is at stake. For example, former Chief Justice Earl Warren delayed issuing a ruling on Brown v. Board of Education until he could convince...

George Sdregas|July 2021

Justice Kavanaugh was on to something, as just nine days later, on July 1st, the NCAA dropped its rules barring students from capitalizing on their own name, image, and likeness. This news came as no surprise; pressure from states and universities alike, along with countless athletes, made this decision inevitable. However, problems abound following this decision, notably in that it leaves room for a great deal of confusion and inconsistencies...

Nils Peterson|July 2021

Yet popular history nonetheless has the power to inform the citizenry about groups, including Al-Qaeda, against whom governments around the world took action. A citizen who read Wright’s book could then...