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Proposed cuts to NEA won’t aid government recovering from recession

House Rep. Tim Wahlberg (R–Mich.) succeeded in passing an amendment that would cut $20.5 million from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) this year, the largest cut to the NEA in 16 years.

Obama’s ‘Race to the Top’ education-improvement program stagnates

President Obama might have bitten off more than he can chew during his administration. Obama established the “Race to the Top” program in 2009, aiming to improve children’s education nationwide.

Mainstream media fails to report on Libya crisis

In mid-February, the Libyan people, inspired by the successful revolts in Egypt, took to the streets to protest Moammar Gadhafi, who has controlled the country for over 40 years.

Leaders utilize censorship to contain multiculturalism

It is no stretch of the imagination to say that multiculturalism is important to Carnegie Mellon. Our school strives for diversity on every level and has had great success.

AmeriCorps up for cuts

Eliminating AmeriCorps will effectively cripple the volunteer work of individuals participating in the program, as well as governmental organizations that rely heavily on AmeriCorps manpower.

Boston’s new app creates union between technology and civil services

Automatic transmission of civic problems is a great way for the city to gain input on where it needs to focus its attention and resources.

Activision replaces innovation with repetition in games

Let’s talk about how video gaming used to be. Games were works of art — they held their own. They had memorable characters and engrossing storylines.

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