–Soenke Pietsch (‘21) Donald Trump is making America great again. However, he isn’t doing it in the way he thinks he is. Putting aside all the controversy surrounding our current […]
-Neha Middela (‘19) In recent months, the current presidential administration has repealed crucial environmental legislation within the United States, protecting the health, waterways and landscapes of the American public. […]
–Soenke Pietsch (‘21) We all enjoy the deals, whether it is a new Nintendo Switch for a staggering $299 or a 42” TV for as low as $149, America […]
-Nikhil Surya Dwibhashyam (’18) The role of American corporations in exacerbating natural disasters often goes unacknowledged. Many often assume the mass devastation caused by disasters to be inevitable and […]
(Featured photo courtesy of Womensmarch.com) By Rebecca Driker-Ohren (’18) From the moment the election results were in- and quite frankly, a long time before that moment- something fundamental changed in […]
Despite mediocre ratings of J.K. Rowling’s new film “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”, the film presents stunning visuals and a familiar environment for Harry Potters around the world.
Even though the concept is not foreign, the word “terrorism” evokes a pusillanimous response from many Americans. Thus, terrorism is fought with bullets and an ever expanding military budget while a more effective and humane solution is ignored: education.
(Feature picture courtesy of InsideGov) By Alexander Trombley (’17) The votes are in and Trump won the election, despite the best guesses of major news sources like MSNBC, CNN, and […]