Author Archive: Miles Kim

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What is Climate Change in the Face of Other Issues?

| 04/02/2018 | 0 Comments
What is Climate Change in the Face of Other Issues?

Climate change has never received the attention it deserves. Except maybe in my environmental class… The thing is that climate change is one of those things that almost half of Americans don’t believe in yet. HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE? To fix climate change we need to educate more people about the issue. For example some […]

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The Unification of Korea

| 02/22/2018 | 0 Comments
The Unification of Korea

       Since the end of WWII in 1945, the Korean peninsula was divided into a northern area, protected by the Soviets, and a southern area protected primarily by the United States. In 1948, when the powers failed to agree on the formation of a single government, this partition became the modern states of […]

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Doomsday Thoughts after Thanksgiving

| 11/25/2017 | 0 Comments
Doomsday Thoughts after Thanksgiving

What event is most likely to wipe humans out? The expansion of the sun is the often the baseline for the “end”. Perhaps we will have the technology to leave earth within 5.4 billion years (when the sun will end life), but perhaps not. technology has expanded at an ever increasing rate. In the latest […]

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Rights vs. Gun Control: Where do we draw the line?

| 10/26/2017 | 0 Comments

In the 1990s, only 30 percent of Americans supported gun rights. It was a minority cause that only survived due to the influence and money of its supporters. That is no longer the case. Despite continued efforts of democratic politicians and a plethora of activists, celebrities, and talk-show hosts, despite a dramatic leftward shift on many other social […]

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Preferential Admission Status?: Should the descendents of slaves have an advantage in admissions processes?

| 10/18/2016 | 0 Comments
Preferential Admission Status?: Should the descendents of slaves have an advantage in admissions processes?

In 1838, Georgetown University split up and sold 272 slaves in order to pay off the school’s debts. This past September, Georgetown President, John Degioia, recognized the University’s ties to slavery. The university will now try to make amends by giving descendants of slaves “the same consideration given to members of the Georgetown community” in […]

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