U.S. Politics

Make American Civics Great Again

January 22, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman The government is about to end a three-day shutdown and apparently people have either forgotten, do not know, or do not care about the legislative requirements behind funding the government. Specifically, government spending […]

U.S. Politics

The View From Across the Pond

January 22, 2018 Megan Lehman 0

By Megan Lehman Women in the United States are mobilizing to create change in a way we haven’t seen in years. The 2016 election created a movement that has brought light to the many issues […]

U.S. Politics

Where Do We Go From Here?

January 21, 2018 Brent Hamlet 0

This article has been updated. By Brent Hamlet Every Martin Luther King Jr. Day, I am inspired by the volume of people dedicating time to community service. Schools and government agencies close to reflect on […]

U.S. Politics

End of an Era

January 18, 2018 Jackson Richman 0

By Jackson Richman On Thursday, HuffPost announced the end of its blogging platform. Is it a sign of what is to come for news sites that have a blogging platform for contributors? In an 333-word […]

Campus Politics

Be Careful Who You Get Outraged Over

January 16, 2018 Brian Davis 0

By Brian Davis Virtually anyone who spends time on social media or simply follows the news should recognize this trend: An outspoken, sometimes, controversial speaker, internet blogger, athlete, or professor will make a comment or […]

U.S. Politics

The Scales of Balancing Gender

January 15, 2018 Megan Lehman 0

By Megan Lehman There is almost no hot button issue more volatile than that of the equality between men and women. The 2016 presidential election mobilized women in a way not often seen since the […]