A 20-Year-Old’s Take on the 2016 Election

by Mariana Huben As a 20-year-old millennial woman living in the US, I have only lived to significantly remember two incredibly different presidents. As a child, I knew President George W. Bush, the man who sent troops to Iraq to fight terrorism post-9/11 and introduced the “No Child Left Behind” campaign to the public schools … Continue reading A 20-Year-Old’s Take on the 2016 Election

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“Black” vs. “Blue” & “All”: How a Word Can Change So Much

by Erika Strickler My brother's birthday was several days ago, and his absence from mainstream society while he completes bootcamp has left him unaware of the horrific (yet repeated) atrocities occurring in our country. In his honor, it is my intention to further draw attention to something he has been passionate about for a number … Continue reading “Black” vs. “Blue” & “All”: How a Word Can Change So Much