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Black History Month

Each year, a number of countries dedicate a month to the recognition and celebration of the contribution made to our society by the African diaspora. Black History Month is observed a...

By Deeksha Chitale In Current Events Mar 01, 2021

Poetry As A Force To Move Forward

“When day comes we ask ourselves / where can we find light in this never-ending shade?” she asked, looking upon the physically distanced crowd in front of the United States Capitol on...

By Rachel Lewis In Spotlight Feb 26, 2021

Zuriel Oduwole

In 2012, a nine-year-old girl named Zuriel Oduwole submitted a short documentary to a national filmmaking competition. A decade later, now an adult, Oduwole has been listed as an infl...

By Rachel Lewis In Spotlight Jan 31, 2021

To Be Okay

By Vishakha Singh In Art Jan 31, 2021

Social Commentary in Literature

Authors love making social commentary in their craft.

By Abey Bekalu In Art Jan 31, 2021

How Our Fragmented Psychiatric System is Failing At-Risk Communities

According to Mental Health America, 1.2 million individuals living with mental illness sit in jail and prison each year. The states with less robust access to mental health care, incl...

In Current Events Jan 31, 2021

Overpopulation Across the World

Jacques Cousteau once said “Overconsumption and overpopulation underlie every environmental problem we face today.”

By Sanjana Mittal In Current Events Jan 31, 2021

Lack of Diversity in Classical Music

Speaking about race in classical music is no exception. There’s a unique, strange kind of slipperiness attached to the subject in this art form.

By Chandrasnata Mohanty In Art Jan 31, 2021

Covid Vaccine Progress

While the race to find safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines continues, scientists are slowly beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel. A number of vaccines have been authorized...

By Deeksha Chitale In Current Events Jan 31, 2021

The Cost of Beauty

Since our childhoods we’ve been conditioned to believe that people are either beautiful or ugly. In all the media we’ve consumed, there has been a specific image fed to us on what is ...

By Yedilsaac Degu In Opinion Jan 31, 2021