Taking Action: Some Efforts We All Can Make

by Mariana Huben In the current political climate, it can be easy to find oneself feeling hopeless and powerless in the face of seemingly insurmountable hatred as it manifests in the rhetoric of our elected leaders and the actions of threatening groups of people.  While it is normal to experience fear in response to such overwhelming events, … Continue reading Taking Action: Some Efforts We All Can Make

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Continuing to Progress in Spite of National Regression

by Mariana Huben The results of this election remind me of one historical event that I learned about in my intermediate school American history course: Custer’s Last Stand. Once glorified as a heroic final battle between George Custer’s troops and the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne, and Arapaho people, the occurrence was renamed the Battle of Little … Continue reading Continuing to Progress in Spite of National Regression

Bully Prevention Month Every Month

Written by Charity Peets While October, National Bullying Prevention Month, is coming to a close, bullying prevention is a cause that we all should be working towards as often as possible. I recently watched the documentary Bully, directed by Lee Hirsch for the second time. It was just as upsetting if not more this time … Continue reading Bully Prevention Month Every Month