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Articles by Ian Kenyon (18)

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Kenyon GS: Facebook and the hypocrisy behind the filter

November 16, 2015 0 comments

It is not my intent to smear Facebook or its support to Parisians, but rather to point out a crucial flaw I see in the company’s practices to date.

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Kenyon GS: The new GOP — the group of problems

November 5, 2015 0 comments

As a Republican, this is an extremely frustrating quandary. Who would be the best leader?

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Kenyon GS: Brown — a leaderless university

October 20, 2015 0 comments

In an era of breaking glass ceilings, it still remains that a Brunonian has yet to break through to the highest elected office in the land.

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Kenyon GS: Roseburg highlights need to reexamine importance of mental health

October 5, 2015 5 comments

This is a time when our society must look at the individual and understand what brought him or her to such an evil act.

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Kenyon GS: Carly Fiorina, Republican mother?

September 21, 2015 1 comment

Think of the Republican primary contest as a family, where Fiorina fulfills the role of mother.

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Kenyon GS: What’s Chafee’s endgame?

April 23, 2015 3 comments

While clearly Chafee seems to have made up his mind on whether or not to run, I’m still scratching my head about the motives behind a Chafee candidacy.

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Kenyon GS: The Republican primary’s first casualty

April 8, 2015 1 comment

It may not be too late for Indiana, but it is too late for Gov. Mike Pence.

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Kenyon GS: Fed up with the flag fights

March 18, 2015 1 comment

The recent reaction over an artistic interpretation of Old Glory cradling a newborn is hypocrisy. Such innovative displays should unite, not divide.

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Kenyon GS: Jeb Bush, the doobie brother?

March 5, 2015 2 comments

Last weekend, I reviewed speeches from the annual Conservative Political Action Conference hosted by the American Conservative Union in Washington, D.C.

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Kenyon GS: Learning in January

February 20, 2015 2 comments

Together, we can influence one of the largest institutional transitions to affect campus life since the adoption of the open curriculum.