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Evergreen State apologizes for using taxpayer funds to protest family farm

By Caleb Parke

The president of Evergreen State College – the site of the controversial social justice-themed protests in 2017 – recently apologized for inappropriately using taxpayer-funded school resources to transport educators and students to protest a blueberry farm 178 miles away.

EU punishes Hungary with unprecedented action

By Caleb Parke

Using unprecedented disciplinary action, the European Parliament voted Wednesday to sanction Hungary, saying the country poses a “systemic threat” to democracy and the rule of law.

Harvard's billion-dollar global farmland investments under fire from activists

By Caleb Parke

Harvard’s billion-dollar investment arm has come under fire for “land conflicts” and “environmental destruction” in developing countries spanning the globe, a damning new report has concluded.

Lana Del Rey cancels Israel performance amid pressure from BDS movement

By Caleb Parke

Singer Lana Del Rey canceled her performance in Israel under pressure from an anti-Israeli group two weeks after she publicly defended the concert as a way to “bring us together” with a “w[ith] a thematic emphasis on peace.”

Lana Del Rey cancels Israel performance amid pressure from BDS movement

By Caleb Parke

Singer Lana Del Rey canceled her performance in Israel under pressure from an anti-Israeli group two weeks after she publicly defended the concert as a way to “bring us together” with a “w[ith] a thematic emphasis on peace.”

Tropical Storm Gordon threatens South Florida

By Caleb Parke

Tropical Storm Gordon was already battering South Florida on Monday as meteorologists issued tropical storm warning for the region from the Florida Keys to the upper Gulf Coast.

Twisting for Solos, the Violist Is a Quartet’s Odd Player Out

By CORINNA da FONSECA-WOLLHEIM

Chamber music conventions dictate that on the rare occasion that a viola gets the melody, it’s facing the wrong way.

DeVos to roll back Obama-era Title IX regulations deemed unfair to the 'accused'

By Caleb Parke

The Trump Administration is set to release new regulations strengthening protections for students, like Matt Boermeester, accused of sexual assault on campus and rolling back the burdensome and bureaucratic regulations placed on schools.

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