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Amazon Union Vote Appealed

Demand for online delivery has increased as quarantine suddenly struck society, and popular online retailer Amazon is no stranger to that fact. According to an employee tally at one d...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events May 31, 2021

What LGBTQ+ Means In Indian Schools

With the availability of media giving us insights from and about people across the globe, awareness about LGBTQ+ is getting better every day, but are our institutions doing anything t...

By Maitreyee Malla In Opinion May 31, 2021

Jakoma Jabbie

According to the Women in Law and Development in Africa, over 2.5 billion women and girls around the world are affected by discriminatory laws. These discriminatory laws can range any...

By Tara Vidyababu In Spotlight May 30, 2021

A History of Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. was born on January, 15 1929 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. He was initially known as Micheal King Jr. and was the second child of Michael King Sr. and Alb...

By Paleesa Kapoor In History May 30, 2021

The History of John Lewis

John Lewis was a man, who like many others, was inspired by the words of Martin Luther King, oftentimes listening to his words as they broadcasted on a radio gospel program led by Kin...

In History May 30, 2021

Queer and Self Identities During Lockdown

Insecurity plagues many of us, taunting our very being. It comes in several forms, whether it be through our physical appearance, gender, sexual orientation, or even personality. Some...

By Deetya Adikhari In Opinion Apr 27, 2021

Asian American Hate Crimes

Racism in the US isn’t a new phenomenon, however recently there has been a rise in anti-Asian hate and discrimination. According to the Stop AAPI Hate National Report, in the past yea...

By Yedilsaac Degu In Current Events Apr 27, 2021

The Peculiar Standards of Masculinity in Clothing Throughout History

Pink was originally a masculine color.

By Abey Bekalu In History Apr 02, 2021

Cancel Culture

Cancel Culture. A term that most of us are quite familiar with. It first started as a movement to hold people accountable, make change, and educate others but has now evolved into ost...

By Yedilsaac Degu In Opinion Mar 26, 2021