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Meytal Chernoff was born in New York but spent most of her life in Evanston, Illinois. She is now a sophomore at Washington University in St. Louis. In school she is pre-med, studying anthropology and biology in order to link her fascination with history and the development of society with her love of medicine. Meytal also takes as many literature classes as possible, and enjoys reading and discussing the vast majority of book genres. She loves writing, especially poetry, and is the literature editor of "Spires" an intercollegiate literary magazine based on WashU's campus.

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Why Do Israel Haters Want to Silence Their Academic Critics?

During the Modern Language Association's meeting of the Delegate Assembly this past April, the MLA voted to approve Resolution 2014-1. This new resolution passed by...

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