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United Airlines: Our perpetual outrage isn’t why people are angry

Joe Frank challenges the opinion that United Airlines was justified in forcibly removing a passenger on Flight 3411.

Have you popped your bubble?

Joe Frank escaped his Northeast bubble over spring break, and he has returned with a new awareness about the academic inequalities in this country.

To fight Trump, empathize with his voters

Liberals should reach out to Trump supporters, rather than alienate them, in order to stop the president from a possible re-election.

Want politicians to hear you? Call them

To make an impact in the political process, concerned citizens should contact their elected officials.

I love football, but injuries mar the game

Repeated concussions can have dire consequences for players’ physical and mental health.

Listen when you argue to truly understand

Rather than wholly disagree with Trump supporters, liberals should try to understand their counterpart.

Don’t block or unfriend, learn

Learning to listen to opposing arguments is necessary for our country to unify.

In the upcoming election, there is more at stake than the presidency

Voters should still vote on Nov. 8 even if they do not want to vote for any of the presidential candidates.

Thank you, Red Sox

Joe Frank reminisces on the Red Sox season as a pleasant distraction from larger, more national issues.

A memo on gratitude

Joe Frank argues that the infrastructure around us is a reminder to be grateful for the contributions of others.

What I learned from wearing nail polish

Joe Frank gets a glimpse at what it’s like to go against social norms.

Please don’t call me a ‘Millennial’

Joe Frank explains the derisive connotations behind the label “millenials.”

The polarization of American politics needs to change

Joe Frank discusses possible remedies for the our stagnant, polarized political climate

How to vote in a primary

Joe Frank teaches readers how to vote in a primary.