A 2020 Vision

By: Larry Zhang, Senior Editor

 

At the 2015 Global Poverty Reduction and Development Forum, Xi Jinping vowed to eradicate poverty in China by 2020. At first, it seems like a ridiculously unrealistic, overly optimistic preposal. But over the past Continue reading

GOP Debate #2

By: Dipak Krishnan, Contributor

 

After last week’s GOP debate, Carly Fiorina has found a new groundswell of support within the Republican establishment. In a race led by ‘outsider’ candidates like Donald Trump and increasingly, Ben Carson, Carly Fiorina has Continue reading

Davis v. Duty

Davis v. Duty

By: Larry Zhang, Senior Editor

 

Kim Davis is known as the Kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, with claims that she was acting under “God’s authority.” This comes as no surprise, as the Rowan Continue reading

Trump vs. Jeb: A New Battle

By: Dipak Krishnan, Contributor

 

Donald Trump’s blunt rhetoric about the inefficiency, stupidity and incompetence that he sees in the White House is clearly working. His 40% standing in recent polls and his undeniable status as the Republican front-runner has Continue reading

Chinese Fears

BY: SHAAN FYE, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

The turmoil in global markets was the dominant breaking news as I returned back to school. Throughout the summer, progressively more ominous signs of the deepening rut in the Chinese stock market appeared. China’s stock market Continue reading