Author: Gaelan Campbell

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Chaos In Charlottesville

As Christians today, we are often more inclined to focus on our own spiritual growth and our fellowship with friends and family than to concern ourselves with the larger happenings of the world. Even as just a college student it can become easy to ignore the great dilemmas of the […]

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What Is the Future of Conservatism?

      What does the future of American politics look like? That’s a question a lot of people are asking these days. We’re almost two months into the new presidency, and already so much has happened. The rollout of the travel ban sent shockwaves throughout the country. Thousands protested […]

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Reflections on Model United Nations

      A couple hundred colleges from across the globe. Thousands of eager students ready to debate. Four days of pretending to be a delegate to the United Nations. That’s what you’re told you’re in for when you join Eastern’s Model United Nations (MUN) club. They tell you what to […]

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Do the Olympics Help the World?

[twocol_one] Not Really by Gaelan Campbell      The largest country in South America, Brazil is home to 205 million people. It has the seventh largest economy in the world, is a major exporter of oil, and if you have ever had a cup of coffee, you very likely got […]