By Gail Fitzer Gail Fitzer's capstone—Combating the Social Media Disinformation Crisis: Why Reforming Section 230 is Not the Answer but Legislation Mandating Transparency Is—is an exemplary paper …
The Lexington Review
The Lexington Review is an online journal produced by the Baruch College Writing Center. Our goal is to showcase strong academic and classroom writing by undergraduate and graduate students and to foster a community of writers, readers, students, and teachers.
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COVID-19 Increasing Disparity in Education
by Fiona Shi In this essay, Fiona Shi weaves in her pandemic experiences and observations with other sources, creating a complex and …
Absolutism vs. Relativism: The Moral Argument Behind Judging Other Cultures
by Kenia Torres In this essay, Kenia Torres guides us through the often-contentious terrain of cultural relativism and absolutism. By providing …
Communication Analysis of Child Sex Scandal at Penn State
by Shenjie Qiu There are many things in Shenjie’s piece that caught our attention, but the initial thing that grabbed us was its ability to discuss …
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