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Meta: It’s Not Easy To Be Green

There was a lot of great points about this issue made in both the launch and the query posts this week; people seem to have differing yet passionate opinions on the topic of food deserts. One side of the argument … Continue reading

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Who gets in?

Mark Krikorian and Edwidge Danticat represent two different sides of the immigration issue. Krikorian’s piece, “Safety through Immigration Control,” sees a connection between loose immigration laws and terrorism. He goes further by saying that “a fuller understanding of the issue … Continue reading

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Meta: The Big Picture

My classmates seem to be interested in the overall well being of humans, no matter their socioeconomic background. Shame and guilt were running themes that bloggers recognized in their reading. Then, many of the writers reflected this into their own … Continue reading

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Don’t Be Scared, Be Scary

Both of Kotlowitz’s articles, “Blocking the Transmission of Violence” and  “I See Everything Through This Tragedy,” trace the patterns and effects of violence by following the stories of individuals as well as an organization. In “Blocking the Transmission of Violence,” … Continue reading

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