Anchoring to Arbitrary Sentences: How the United States Sentencing Guidelines are Fueling Mass Incarceration

By Siena Richardson Published On: September 15, 2022             In 2012, a Texas court sentenced Willie James…

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“A Highly Disproportionate Percentage of Aborted Fetuses are Black”: The Subtle Misogynoir in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health

By: Rolonda Donelson Published on: September 15, 2022 On June 24, 2022, at around 10:30 am, the…

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The COVID-19 Pandemic Has Disproportionately Impacted Women. Women in Leadership Have Returned the Favor

By: Margaret Rice Published on September 15, 2022 The burdens of the COVID-19 pandemic have highlighted and…

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The EQUAL Act: Will Congress Finally Get It Right?

By: Adriana E. Morquecho On March 9, 2021, Representative Hakeem Jeffries introduced the Eliminating a Quantifiably Unjust Application…

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A Sport of Their Own: Are Equal Opportunities in College Athletics Truly Equal?

By: John Olorin As colleges and universities achieve a near-equal gender split in their student bodies, athletic…

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Lights, Camera, (Legal) Action: Expanding Child Entertainment Laws to Protect Children on Social Media

By: Margaret Arabpour The late 2000’s saw the introduction of the ‘mommy blogger,’ the first iteration of…

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Sweet [Olympic] Dreams Are Made of Financial Accessibility

By: Sarah Ball The athletes of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games were the least racially diverse in…

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Boston Marathon Bomber’s Death Sentence Reinstated

By: Jane Manwarring On April 13, 2013, hours after the Boston Marathon began, runners, spectators, and loved…

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The D.C. Government’s Attempt to Eliminate Food Deserts

By: Andrew Cotton The U.S. Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) estimates that around ten percent of families in…

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The Circuit Split on Aesthetic Functionality: Why the Supreme Court Should Adopt the Standard of the Second and Ninth Circuits

By: Andrew Chmielarski The Lanham Act states that functionality is an absolute bar to trademark protection.[1] Historically,…

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