• Will Manchester United’s Manager Be Sacked Once Again?
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    Standing 8th in the English premier league and getting knocked out of the Carabao Cup, the mighty Manchester United is not doing so well this season. With the recent loss to West Ham and Brighton, United’s fans are publicly blaming their manager, Jose Mourinho, for the poor performance. This year being Mourinho’s third season for […]

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  • The Earth Is Running Out of Time
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    Recently, the United Nations announced a new plan to slow down and eventually stop global warming. As the scientists suggested, the earth is currently entering a perilous stage. Another 1.5-celsius degree rise of the global temperature will lead to the irreversible destruction of the earth. Negative events, such as rising sea levels and an increasing […]

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  • “Night of the Long Knives”
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    Self-proclaimed “weird band from Phoenix”, AJJ (known formerly as Andrew Jackson Jihad until, shrewdly, the band decided to change its name) has released a Bandcamp-only single, “Night of the Long Knives”. For listeners (myself included) who are not well-versed on German history, AJJ generously summarizes exactly what the Night of the Long Knives is in […]

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  • A Comprehensive Look at Uyghurs in China
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    The Uyghurs, an ethnic minority living in Xinjiang (or East Turkestan), has been constantly brought to people’s attention as a typical case for violations of the rights of indigenous people. Organizations such as UAA (Uyghur American Association) have made multiple declarations and listed the crimes of the Chinese government for brutal “political reeducation” and religious […]

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  • AmazonGo: Out Go the Jobs?
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    For my first ever Parkman Post article back in April of 2016, I wrote about Amazon’s “AmazonFresh”, the company’s attempt to establish itself in the grocery delivery market. But, within that same year, I and many others were introduced to a new Amazon branch dedicated to the grocery business called “Amazon Go” through a killer […]

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  • Luck is a Skill
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    With college admission rates dropping every year, a popular opinion among students and parents is that applying to colleges is a game of chance. So, what’s the most logical choice? Apply to as many colleges as possible because probability says that the more chances I have the greater the probability I’ll get into a great […]

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  • Keep Kavanaugh off of the Bench
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    If you asked me one week ago if I believed that the Kavanaugh accusations were relevant, I would have responded with a firm no. It has been more than a year and a half since Trump first assumed office, and I, along with a sizable plurality of the country, have spent much of that time […]

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  • Are We in a Post-Truth Era?
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    Quickly Google “post truth era” and you will find a multitude of articles about white lies in our daily life, recent politics, or moral relativism, but that’s not what I am going to talk about. What I want to discuss here is the possibility that we have entered into an era where humans are no […]

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  • Trump’s Trade Wars are Hurting China
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    The Trump administration has recently announced they are considering to lever another set of tariffs on Chinese imports totalling $200 billion USD. The Chinese are still discussing how to retaliate; however, their number one target remains United States companies. These threats, from both Washington and Beijing, have hampered the attempts of the Treasury Secretary and […]

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