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The unspoken price of “cheap” clothing

Jency Clement, Beyond Liberty Editor

November 9, 2017

In Cambodia, a young woman slaves in a garment factory—it’s dry season, so the factories are especially hot, much hotter than they should be. She’s been painstakingly sewing shirts for 13 hours. She needs water and a break, but garment workers are rarely given these necessities. She collapses,...

How the education gap in the U.S. affects you

Felicia Yan, Online Editor

November 9, 2017

Liberty students may exceed the national and state averages on standardized testing such as the SAT and ACT, but the education gap is still relevant. Every year, the United States spends 634 billion dollars on education for students, which equals up to approximately $12,509 per public school student....

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