Editorial

Editorial

Hold media accountable

Bush’s lewd comments unacceptable Television host Billy Bush was suspended from his job at NBC on October 9 for lewd comments he made in 2005 that recently surfaced with Trump’s presidential campaign. These comments were made prior to an access Hollywood interview with Donald Trump and have recently surfaced wih […]

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VA corruption appalling

    Reformation relies on election results In the last few years, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has been under scrutiny for several serious scandals. Stories of the VA’s incompetence and preventable failures have been strewn across headlines for the past few months, especially because future changes to the VA […]

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Support racial identity

White house proposes new category   The White House proposed to add a new racial category on census forms in 2020 for people from the Middle East and North Africa, according to USAToday. The article said that there are an estimated 3.6 million Arab-Americans in the United States. However, including […]

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Strive to think critically Democracy is at stake

A desecrated U.S. flag bearing an anti-Semitic message left at Tampa’s Congregation Schaarai Zedek on October 15, sparked concern about the current and forthcoming state of U.S. democracy. Days before the appearance of the flag, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump held a rally in West Palm Beach, FL. in which […]

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Know your bank account

Learn from Wells Fargo fraud Earlier this month, it was discovered that Wells Fargo employees opened nearly two million checking and credit accounts without the permission or knowledge of their customers.      According to National Public Radio, Wells Fargo was fined $185 million for this scandal. They also stated […]

Prioritize equality for all
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Prioritize equality for all

Airbnb commits to anti-discrimination After receiving longstanding complaints of racial profiling, Airbnb published a report on September 8 outlining its plans to tackle discrimination. The short-term home-rental company has been under fire ever since researchers from Harvard Business School found last year that people with names that sound African-American are […]

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-Letter to the editor-

 I read your article in the sports section of the school paper about Colin Kaepernick’s decision to sit during the national anthem. I have to say that I feel that the article is a bit biased. I’ve noticed that you interviewed four people who support him but only one who […]

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Justice requires equity

Brock Turner was released from prison on September 2, 2016 after serving a three-month sentence for three different felonies, including the sexual assault of a woman on Stanford’s campus in California. Judge Aaron Persky initially gave Turner a light sentence of six months, and allowed him to serve only three […]

Election warrants response
Editorial

Election warrants response

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Letter from the Editor

Welcome to the Threefold Advocate’s first issue of the year. Our team looks forward to a year filled with new story ideas, healthy discussion and spontaneous conversations. As editor, I would like to encourage you to think about ways you can be an agent of change to those around you. […]