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Deb Haaland and the Complex History of Native American Female Leadership

It is an unequivocal fact that the 2020 Presidential election has concluded and that a clear winner has been chosen. However, there is still an important customary procedure that must...

By Shrinidhi Thiruvengadam In Current Events Mar 22, 2021

Zero Hour's youth advocates urge policy makers to act before time is up

After three devastating hurricanes (Harvey, Irma, and Maria) flooded homes and destroyed roads in countries around the Caribbean Sea in the summer of 2017, 14-year-old Jamie Margolin ...

By Rachel Lewis In Spotlight Mar 18, 2021

Political Cartoons

It wouldn’t really be an incorrect assumption to say that political cartoons aren’t considered as art by most people. And they’re wrong.

By Abey Bekalu In Art Mar 18, 2021

The Birth of Jazz

Jazz is a broad style of music, characterized by complex harmonies, syncopated rhythms and a heavy emphasis on improvisation. Honestly, any attempt to arrive at a conclusive, all-enco...

By Abey Bekalu In Art Mar 01, 2021

The Life and Impact of Marsha P. Johnson

For the past 50 years we have been celebrating black history and culture during the month of February. For almost an equal amount of time we’ve been celebrating LGBTQ+ Pride. Both the...

By Yedilsaac Degu In History Mar 01, 2021

Human Rights and Social Justice

Human rights are the basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person in the world, from birth until death. These basic rights are based on shared values like dignity, fairness, ...

By Ishika Jain In Current Events Mar 01, 2021

GameStop's Sudden Surge in Stock Prices

In an increasingly online world, the role of GameStop was steadily diminishing. People do not feel the need to visit physical stores to purchase video games, instead utilizing online ...

By Deetya Adikhari In Current Events Mar 01, 2021

Big Data, Big Deception

In recent times, it appears that one tech leader after the other has headlined the news at a fairly consistent rhythm - one event may bring news of a day-long congressional testimony,...

By Shrinidhi Thiruvengadam In Opinion Mar 01, 2021


Imagine yourself as a young girl in India (or even an Indian girl in the US), being warned by your family to limit your time playing with your friends to avoid getting a tan and being...

By Sameeksha Garg In Opinion Mar 01, 2021