Social justice advocate killed in London stabbing
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Social justice advocate killed in London stabbing

Content warning: the following story contains graphic language regarding death. On Friday, Nov. 29, two Cambridge graduates, 23-year-old Saskia Jones and 25-year-old Jack Merritt, were killed in a stabbing in London. Three others were injured and remain in the hospital as of Saturday, Nov. 30.…

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Israeli Prime Minister faces criminal indictment
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Israeli Prime Minister faces criminal indictment

Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s longest serving Prime Minister and current interim Prime Minister, was indicted on three corruption cases on Nov. 21, making him the first Israeli Prime Minister to be indicted in office. These charges come at a particularly complex time, as Israel’s parliament, the…

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Hongkongers celebrate the passing of the Human Rights and Democracy Act with Thanksgiving Day rally
Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Protestors waved U.S. flags to symbolize their goal of freedom and democracy.

Hongkongers celebrate the passing of the Human Rights and Democracy Act with Thanksgiving Day rally

Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons Protestors waved U.S. flags to symbolize their goal of freedom and democracy. Since June 2019, demonstrators in Hong Kong have called for greater autonomy from China. For months, protestors have called on the U.S. and other western nations to step…

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Red tide continues to afflict Florida coastline
Photo courtesy of Adriana Gavilanes In 2018, red tide affected Florida's coastline from Clearwater to Naples.

Red tide continues to afflict Florida coastline

Photo courtesy of Adriana Gavilanes In 2018, red tide affected Florida's coastline from Clearwater to Naples. Florida continues to deal with the coastal infestation known as red tide. Local, state and national initiatives have been researching and working on ways to mitigate the issue. Richard…

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New College receives national award for high voter turnout, fails to see engagement in NCSA elections
Photo courtesy of Izaya Garrett Miles Cibelli du Terroil thinks the sign-up process should move online to increase candidates.

New College receives national award for high voter turnout, fails to see engagement in NCSA elections

Just over 64 percent of the student body voted in 2018 midterm elections, more than twice the 29.3 percent that voted in the previous midterm election in 2014, earning New College several national awards for high student voter turnout. Despite this consistency with a nationwide…

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