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Trump’s travel bans are flawed: a personal perspective

Trump’s travel bans are flawed: a personal perspective

By Roya Wolfe, Editor-in-Chief

March 15, 2017

I am the daughter of an Iranian immigrant. My family came from Iran to America knowing that this country was a country that would accept them, that immigrants were woven into the fabric of the United States. On January 20, 2017, Donald Trump was inaugurated into office as President. As a liberal...

Hackley students respond to widespread protests against President-elect Donald Trump

Hackley students respond to widespread protests against President-elect Donald Trump

By Lei Anne Rabeje, Politics Editor

December 17, 2016

“Dump Trump! This pussy grabs back!,” screamed one woman inciting cheers from fellow protesters. Her outrage and frustration are reflected in the thousands of people surrounding her, carrying signs and shouting irate remarks at Trump Tower, located at Fifth Avenue and 56th Street in Manhattan. On...

A case for Trump: the policy behind his brazen campaign

By Raghav Chopra, Assistant Politics Editor

October 18, 2016

Note: The Dial seeks balance in its coverage, which is especially true in regard to partisan topics and politics. Given an earlier Dial article criticizing Trump (September 2016 issue), it was difficult to find voices on staff in support of the presidential candidate. While this piece explores Trump...

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