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Discussion Starter: Rape Sentence Causes Outrage
In the News Palo Alto, Ca.—Reaction was swift after a Stanford University athlete received a six-month prison sentence for a brutal sexual assault. Meanwhile, emotional letters shared by the victim and the perpetrator’s father sparked wildly different reactions. Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner, 20, was..
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Discussion Starter: Gorilla’s Death Sparks Outcry
In the News Cincinnati—Soon after zookeepers killed an endangered gorilla to save a boy who’d fallen into its enclosure, outrage and finger-pointing began. On Saturday, a 4-year-old boy crawled through a barrier, landing in the Cincinnati Zoo’s gorilla exhibit. Harambe, a 400-pound silverback, first appeared..
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Discussion Starter: Climbers Die Chasing a Dream
In the News Kathmandu, Nepal—Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain, claimed five more lives recently, but that isn’t stopping long lines of people from attempting the summit. With a short “weather window” to scale the 29,035-foot peak, eager climbers—many of them amateurs—are taking risks to..
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Discussion Starter: Transgender Bathroom Debate Intensifies
Transgender Bathroon Debate Intensifies In the News Raleigh, N.C.—According to new federal guidelines, public schools must let transgender students use bathrooms and locker rooms that match their chosen identity, not their birth gender. President Obama says the rules are necessary to protect young people from..
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Discussion Starter: First Daughter to Take Gap Year Before College
In the News Washington, D.C.—Although Malia Obama has been admitted to Harvard University, she won’t begin classes there until the fall of 2017. Like a growing number of graduates, she’s taking a “gap year” before pursuing her college studies. Harvard is among an increasing number..
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