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  • 23 March

    EDITORIAL: The Transgender Question

    Our Editorial Board did not reach a consensus recommendation on how Malvern should deal with transgender students. What we did easily agree on, however, is that conversation must begin.

  • 22 March

    Second Guessing the Second Amendment

    The Second Amendment is as archaic as the musket. Bringing statistics to the gun control debate. When examining the Second Amendment, it is important to understand the historical context surrounding its incorporation into the Constitution. [pullquote align=”right” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]Read a counterpoint by Hunter Peck ’16[/pullquote] After fighting …

  • 22 March

    The Second Amendment secures American Safety

    Restricting private gun ownership will not reduce violent crime. Despite the myriad of social, economic, and political issues facing our society, the intensity and passion generated by the gun control debate is unmatched. The mainstream media would have the American people believe that gun violence is spiraling out of control, …

  • 22 March

    “Something Rotten” Broadway trip review

    A look into the experience of a Broadway Musical

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