Remembering 9/11

16 years ago today, 4 terrorist attacks caused the deaths of 2,997 people on American soil and left over 6,000 others injured. 9/11 has become a day of mourning for so many throughout the United States. 9/11 has become a day of remembrance for the brothers and sisters, mothers and

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Welcome Back D.C.!

Welcome Back D.C.! As we kick off the new year I would like to introduce myself and the school paper. My name is Jordan Osborne, I am a junior English and Pre-Law major here. I am also this year’s editor for the school paper, The Defender. The Defender is a

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Being A Sister in DC Football

When I was kicking for my high school football team, I never would have thought I would kick in college. As much as I loved it, my world was and still is softball; football was just something I had tried out my senior year. Then Coach Goff started asking around

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The Better of Two Evils

The month of October has been buzzing with discussions and sidetalk of the presidential debate and the two candidates. Around campus much of the beginning of classes has dealt with talk about Trump or Clinton. People have asked: Are you voting? Who are you voting for? Why are you voting

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A New Chapter for The Defender

  Written by Spencer Gray Today marks more than just another day with The Defender. This day marks the beginning of a lot of changes, which I hope to lay out for you all a little today. To start things off, there are some new people running The Defender– I

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