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One Tragedy, Many Victims. The Peter Liang verdict further exposes racial bias in the law enforcement system.

One Tragedy, Many Victims. The Peter Liang verdict further exposes  racial bias in the law enforcement system.

perspectives

March 18, 2016

Picture yourself just getting out of the police academy and instead of getting sent to a city like Carmel, you get sent to a public-housing project in Detroit, Memphis, Tenn. or Oakland, Calif., cities with some of the highest violent crime rates in the United States. If that were me, without a doubt,...

CHS students reevaluate generalizations of police

CHS students reevaluate generalizations of police

Beats

January 22, 2015

Like any kid his age, sophomore Zach Miller has spent a fair amount of time in cars. However, the cars Miller has ridden in are a big different from the ones most people remember from their childhood. As the son of Sergeant Adam Miller, a police officer under the Carmel Police Department, Miller has had exper...

Fighting Hypocrisy. Blame the individual, not the entire organization.

Fighting Hypocrisy. Blame the individual, not the entire organization.

Contributor

January 22, 2015

In light of recent events such as the Michael Brown case in Ferguson which a police officer shot an African-American teenager eight times and the Eric Garner case in New York which a white police officer was accused of strangling a young African-American man to death, tensions aimed at police officers ar...

Break Out. Shooting of Michael Brown reveals nationwide need for change in attitude.

Break Out. Shooting of Michael Brown reveals nationwide need for change in attitude.

perspectives

September 11, 2014

Two weeks after the police shooting of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, an article by The New York Times, “Michael Brown Spent Last Weeks Grappling With Problems and Promise,” characterized Brown as “no angel.” Although Alison Mitchell, the publication’s national editor, def...