The College Admissions Scandal: Infuriating But Not Surprising

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer When news broke last week that U.S. federal prosecutors were charging 50 individuals across six states for their involvement in…

The Direct Listing and the Future of Going Public

By Amanda Cardini, Editor-in-Chief Last year digital music platform Spotify went public in a bold, unconventional way. The company filed its IPO through direct listing…

Le Coquelicot (Poppy) Magazine

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer What if everything had started with reading a novel? With an international contest of poetry? With the meeting of two laureates, today…

Crisis in Venezuela

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer The crafting and execution of foreign policy is not an easy gig. In the United States, the actions of the…

Paradise Lost: The Camp Fire

By Bryce Bower, Editor-in-Chief It was a normal Thursday morning. I woke up to get ready for my strategy class and grabbed my phone to…

The 2018 United States Midterms

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer With the whirlwind 2018 U.S. Midterms now behind us, the expected furor of cable-news punditry has materialized. With members of…

The Shifting Sands of Arizona Politics: The Case of Rodney Glassman

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer For the first time in 2010, I was old enough to vote in the U.S. midterm elections. A lifelong resident…

The Death of Quality, Part I

By Bryce Bower, Editor in Chief Instant gratification and the ever-quickening pace of technology has degraded the quality of content in news, entertainment, and writing…

Corruption: Is Haiti on the Path to a New Revolution?

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer The events of May 1968 represent the most important social movement in the history of France during the twentieth  century.…

Spain’s Historical Reckoning

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer Flying west out of Madrid Barajas Airport a year ago, one object stood out clearly to me in the distance…