Harvey Hits Superfund Sites

By: Lisa Allen, L’18 Hurricane season brings some predictable images to the nightly news: stern state governors requesting compliance with evacuation orders, empty grocery shelves, wind-blown, water-soaked meteorologists, and after the storm, always shocked victims surveying the wreckage of their homes. We see perhaps one or two more days of cleanup reported, piles of debris, Read more about Harvey Hits Superfund Sites[…]

Legal Scholars Challenge Constitutionality of Arpaio Pardon in Racial Profiling Case

By: Joe Katz, L ’17 The activist group Protect Democracy is laying the groundwork for a legal challenge to President Trump’s decision to pardon Joe Arpaio, the former Arizona sheriff who was convicted in July of criminal contempt of court for his refusal to obey a court order to stop racially profiling Latinos[1]. In a Read more about Legal Scholars Challenge Constitutionality of Arpaio Pardon in Racial Profiling Case[…]

A Monumental Dilemma

By: Alexandra Ellmauer, L ’18 It is no surprise that the former capital of the Confederacy memorializes Confederate Heroes.In the wake of recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia, monuments in Richmond are in the spotlight now more than ever. At the center of this discussion is Monument Avenue, a National Historic Landmark District. Robert E. Lee, Read more about A Monumental Dilemma[…]

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