The Abrogation of Affirmative Action in College Admissions

In this article, Grant Williams discusses the future of affirmative action on college campuses in wake of two Supreme Court cases that question its constitutionality. He postulates the use of affirmative action violates the Equal Protection Clause and calls on universities to focus on other means of achieving diversity through the non-innate characteristics of applicants.

On the Hook: Jury’s Hefty Defamation Award Against Alex Jones

In this article, Hailey Martin discusses the infamous Alex Jones and his recent defamation suit where the jury awarded plaintiffs nearly $1 billion in damages. The article explores the lack of a deterrent effect excessive damages has on unremorseful plaintiffs and argues that criminal defamation punishments in combination with civil damages may be more deterrent and fairer in affording justice.

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