How can journalists ensure that the truth is reported responsibly in the future?
Change comes from taking direct action, not from hinting at your beliefs.
Issac Simon historicizes the term “Nazi” and outlines why it should not be used loosely. Issac Simon historicizes the term “Nazi” and outlines why it should not be used loosely.
To make an impact in the political process, concerned citizens should contact their elected officials.
When commentators spread divisive rhetoric, it’s best to not react to them.
Matt Heffler argues that liberals need to start thinking about all of America in order to win elections.
Tess Halpern discusses the Patriots’ ties to Donald Trump and what that means for a fan’s view of them.
Josh Raposa analyzes one of Trump’s most recent proposed executive orders, and argues that it is a step backward for humanity.
Becky Wandel uses the potential possibility of teleportation as a means to analyze Donald Trump’s success in the Rust Belt.
Christin Howard explores the history of anti-Islamic rhetoric and draws comparisons to the anti-Jewish rhetoric of Nazi Germany.
The benefits of the Dakota Access Pipeline outweigh the risks.
The Graduate Employee Organization is set to bargain for a new contract to reinstitute ‘dignity and respect’ for their members.
President Trump’s recent travel ban shows his lack of caution implementing executive orders.
Isaac Simon explores how rhetoric has shaped Donald Trump’s campaign and presidency thus far.
James Mazarakis explores the possibility of impeachment and how that affects Pence and the Republican establishment.
Elisheva Azarael discusses the lack of coverage of police brutality against women.
Ilina Shah reflects on her own experience immigrating to the United States and how under Donald Trump, others will not be as lucky.
Tess Halpern recounts her experience at the New York Women’s March, and explains why these protests are so important.
Edridge D’Souza warns that the public should be wary of unchecked NSA surveillance during the Trump administration.
Sometimes customers interpret a smile and greeting as a sign of interest when they are actually requirements of the job.