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Trump Pushes for a ‘Historic’ $52 Billion Increase in Military Spending

Trump Pushes for a ‘Historic’ $52 Billion Increase in Military Spending

By Jaedeok Hong ‘19 President Trump told the nation’s governors on Monday and spoke in front of the Navy on Gerald R. Ford, the would-be largest and most powerful carrier,… Read more »

Two Special Elections: Challenges or Opportunities for Trump Administration?

Two Special Elections: Challenges or Opportunities for Trump Administration?

By: Jason Kim’19 Almost four months have passed since the 2016 General Election, but the United States is still widely divided: President Trump’s 43% approval rating as well as nationwide… Read more »

Life After Castro

Life After Castro

Priya Kankanhalli Often credited for uniting the divided country of Cuba and creating a socialist state, Fidel Castro proves to be extremely divisive in his death. With one half of… Read more »

Financial Markets react to the US Presidential Elections

Financial Markets react to the US Presidential Elections

Pietro Mattarima On November 8th, the United States elected Donald Trump as its 45th President. The election result was greatly unexpected, given that the vast majority of pollsters and analysts… Read more »

Trump vs. China

Trump vs. China

Grace Shi, AEM ’19 Donald Trump’s upset presidential win promises to reshape the global economic structure and bring great uncertainty to the US economy and its trade relations. Over the… Read more »

The “Supermoon”

The “Supermoon”

By Tiffany Ng ’20 On November 14th, the moon was a bit bigger and brighter than usual. This kind of moon is called the “Supermoon” and can go up to… Read more »

Science Under Trump

Science Under Trump

By Jeffrey Ho ’20 Many were shocked and astonished — some celebrated — when Trump was elected President. People were scared about immigration policy, about his sexist, racist, homophobic and… Read more »

Shape-Shifting Proteins Assist in Long-Term Memory

Shape-Shifting Proteins Assist in Long-Term Memory

By Jeffrey Ho ’20 Prions are proteins that can “shape shift” and conglomerate under certain conditions. While there are a variety of harmful prions, such as the one that causes… Read more »

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