by Rebecca Hopkins, a final-year CAS student. When US historian Peggy K. Liss moved to Washington D.C. in 1980 to be close to the national archives, her friends warned her against it. It was a place known for its economically deprived, inner-city feel, its staggering crime rates within a predominantly black migrant community, its sprawling […]
by Roger Fagge After initially seeming to stay out of the 2012 Presidential campaign, last month New Jersey’s finest threw his weight behind Obama. Watch here. He explained his reasons for this, read them here.