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(09/01/15 2:58am)

In response to your article “Focus attention on international human rights issues” (Aug. 25): I applaud Jessica Goldstein for asking why the media doesn’t focus more on human rights violations in Africa and elsewhere. May I suggest, however, that the story of Cecil the lion’s slaying is a powerful reminder that, as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Reevaluate crippling sanctions on Russia to alleviate public

Nicole Mazurova
(09/08/15 2:37am)

Nov. 21, 2013 marked the beginning of the Ukrainian crisis. Thousands of people filled Maidan Nezalezhnosti (“Independence Square”) in Kiev to protest President Viktor Yanukovych’s refusal to sign a deal bringing closer political and economic ties to the European Union in favor of a deal with Russia.

EDITORIAL: Support Student Union representation efforts

The Justice Editorial Board
(09/08/15 2:47am)

On Thursday, students will vote on their new Student Union Senators and representatives, and the future senators-elect may find a very different Union awaiting them: At last week’s Senate meeting, Student Union President Nyah Macklin ’16 expressed her wish to expand the impact of the Student Union and the Senate.

Criticize inequalities in US religious rights

Amber Miles
(09/14/15 8:13pm)

In America, religious liberty is not created equal. Recent events involving Kim Davis – a Christian clerk from Rowan County, Ky., who withheld marriage licenses from all couples and instructed her staff to do the same – and Charee Stanley – a Muslim flight attendant whose employer, ExpressJet, revoked her previously agreed upon accommodations after a complaint – illustrate that.