I just graduated, but as I’ve been reflecting on how it has shaped me, I realized my most important lessons came outside the classroom.
Do you remember last year’s reports of undecided voters who vowed not to cast ballots in the 2016 presidential election because they just couldn’t
You might be surprised to know that Elizabeth Warren has written in favor of school vouchers. Granted, that was from a book that she
Rewind to Trevor Noah’s Daily Show this past Halloween. The show is set during the presidential campaign. Not the 2016 one, but the 2020
If you watch enough news, if you listen to enough talk-radio, if you even read mainstream press, you might think that the only part
It seems like recently the entire Democratic Party platform has been framed around the concept of allyship– being an ally for the poor, racial
“Al-lah, Al-lah!” Go home, you filthy terrorist!” At least, those were the words I think I heard. To be honest, I sort of shut
In the past few months, I witnessed a reinvigoration of discussions regarding microaggressions– whether that’s a societal phenomenon, or just something I have personally
Following the attacks in Paris, Republican Presidential candidate and Ohio Governor John Kasich said that he wants to set up an agency with a
Abortion opponents often like to dwell on minutia, such as whether or not Planned Parenthood profits from making embryonic organs available for life-saving research.