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February 26, 2018

        In midst of the Civil Rights Movement, on the eve of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) traveled to Lowndes County, Alabama as part of their Freedom Summer initiative.  Lowndes County consisted was 80% African-Am...

February 19, 2018

Although the word has a vast majority of meanings and etymologies, in the 16th century, the term barbarian defined the people  living in the Barbary coast. However, its negative connotations were still used by Europeans as an insult to societies different from them. Th...

February 13, 2018

In this installment of Peer Review, the editors discuss the intricacies (and chaos) of statehood, confusing infrastructure, and the very important subject of historical hotties. Thanks for listening!

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February 11, 2018

    Written in the tumultuous 16th century, Machiavelli’s landmark book, The Prince, constitutes the foundation of modern political science. In it, he details through what methods a monarch should obtain and maintain power. Machiavelli himself, however, spent...

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