Voters should still vote on Nov. 8 even if they do not want to vote for any of the presidential candidates.
Patrick Malone addresses the national prison strike and questions why the prison industrial complex is not a major concern for Americans.
Charlie Giordano points out that destructive behavior in college may be connected to hyper-masculinity.
Edridge D’Souza argues Question 5 will harm the local school system and raise the price of local apartment rentals for college students.
Jeffrey Ayers discusses the benefits of becoming an interplanetary species.
Emily Johnson reflects on her experiences with sexual assault, arguing that the problem is bigger than it may seem.
James Mazarakis argues against the expansion of charter schools in Massachusetts.
Ariane Komyati encourages voters to vote “yes” on Question 3, which would end extreme methods of farm animal confinement in the state.
Joe Frank reminisces on the Red Sox season as a pleasant distraction from larger, more national issues.
Christin Howard takes this Columbus Day to reflect on the continued oppression of Native Americans.
Anthony Ferranti discussing the history of marijuana in America and argues for its legalization in November.
Becky Wandel encourages Americans to stick to the political principles that are the very foundation of our country, despite the current political climate.
Charlie Giordano discusses why the right brain is important to one’s wellbeing.
Ruwan Teodros has come to terms with being ill-prepared for the “real world” and describes how that has changed her.
Elisheva Azarael discusses profiling by law enforcement at all levels of society.
Jeffrey Ayers argues against JASTA, stating that it is a legislative mistake that will come back to haunt the American government.
New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet and others risk imprisonment for publishing Trump’s tax returns, but Laura Handly argues that they were within their rights.
Joe Frank argues that the infrastructure around us is a reminder to be grateful for the contributions of others.
James Mazarakis argues that the U.S needs to invest in cybersecurity and avoid a cyber war.