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Mohammed Shafim, Contributing Writer

March 29, 2019

An observational study conducted by the Statens Serum Institut in Denmark kept track of 657,461 children that were given the measle, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine for eleven years (1999-2010) and found that less than 1% of children were diagnosed with autism.

CRLS Joins in on Global Protest

CRLS Joins in on Global Protest

March 29, 2019

On Friday, March 15th, 2019, students all over the world left school midday and gathered in throngs at state buildings and other public spaces. This global action was intended to make a statement to world leaders who continually turn a blind eye to the increasingly pressing climate issues the world is facing.

Who Is Beto O’Rourke?

History Club

January 31, 2019

Robert, or Beto, O’Rourke, was born in El Paso, Texas in 1972, where he resides today with his wife and three children. He graduated from Columbia University in 1993, where he was captain of the mens heavyweight crew team. After graduation, O’Rourke was a guitarist for a rock band and was once arrested for burglary and DUI charges, but went on to found a successful Internet service company in El Paso in 1999. He eventually ventured into politics when he was elected to El Paso’s City Council, serving from 2005-2011.

City Remembers Victims of Shooting

City Remembers Victims of Shooting

December 13, 2018

An estimated 400 Cambridge residents gathered outside City Hall on  the night of Tuesday, October 30th to remember the eleven people lost in a brutal mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on October 26th.

Recapping the Results of the Midterm Elections

Nathan Kolodney, Metro Editor

November 29, 2018

As the midterm elections came to an end, the Democrats swept the House on the national level while the Republicans remained in control of the Senate. The house now has 230 Democratic seats and 199 Republican seats while the Senate has 47 and 51, respectively.

Students Upset, Not Surprised, at Kavanaugh Confirmation

Students Upset, Not Surprised, at Kavanaugh Confirmation

October 30, 2018

“I think that this sort of event was bound to happen based on our current political climate and the #MeToo movement. I’m not surprised that Kavanaugh got confirmed, and even if he didn’t, some equally qualified, conservative judge would have been appointed since I doubt the Democrats will win the Senate.”

Summer News Timeline

Summer News Timeline

September 27, 2018

Sun-Jung Yum This piece also appears in our September 2018 print edition....

Trump Proposes Cuts to Food Security Programs

Sophie Harrington, Contributing Writer

April 25, 2018

Each year, over 45 million Americans receive assistance from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as “food stamps.” This government “safety net” program provides low-income citizens with electronic benefit transfer (EBT) cards, which function like debit cards and allow people to purchase groceries and food products at supermarkets. Howev...

Conor Lamb: A Case Study in Democratic Politics

Conor Lamb: A Case Study in Democratic Politics

April 24, 2018

  On the night of March 13th, 2018, Democrat Conor Lamb claimed victory in the special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th congressional distr...

CRLS Students Weigh in on Time’s Up, #MeToo Movement

CRLS Students Weigh in on Time’s Up, #MeToo Movement

January 30, 2018

In the midst of the Cold War, nearing the turn of the decade into the ’50s, the House Un-American Activities Committee launched an investigation on me...

Anniversary of Trump’s Inauguration Sparks Reflection

Anniversary of Trump’s Inauguration Sparks Reflection

January 30, 2018

January, 2018, marks the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s inauguration. Shortly after the polls closed in November, 2016, and it became clear that Donald Trump had been elected to office, many demonstr...

CRLS Responds to President Trump’s Travel Ban

CRLS Responds to President Trump’s Travel Ban

November 29, 2017

On Sunday, September 24th, President Trump issued a new executive order barring almost all travel to countries seen as insecure by the Department of H...

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