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Gerrymandering our Country to the Right: How Legislatures Manipulate the Voices of America

Gerrymandering our Country to the Right: How Legislatures Manipulate the Voices of America

By February 26, 2018

Domestic Policy:

In 1812 Massachusetts Governor Gerry Elbridge passed legislation to change senatorial districts and secure the positions of Federalist Party candidates. His new, seemingly random, change… Read More ›

Mobile Phones Become Immobile: Honolulu outlaws texting and walking

By October 20, 2017

Food For Thought:

Although texting while driving a vehicle is commonly seen as the most dangerous use of cell phones, texting and walking may soon become another well-publicized… Read More ›

Educate the Educator: Betsy DeVos’s inability to lead the American School System

By March 9, 2017

Politics:

Many of President Donald Trump’s cabinet appointees have been widely criticized by liberals and conservatives alike, but Betsy DeVos’s recent approval as secretary of education… Read More ›

Common Courtesy: University of Chicago vs. trigger warnings

Common Courtesy: University of Chicago vs. trigger warnings

By January 16, 2017

Food For Thought:

Rape. Assault. Violence. Although these are simple words, their meanings can have a strong impact on individuals who have experienced these traumas. Often placed at… Read More ›

To the Left and Back: A Shift in Trump

To the Left and Back: A Shift in Trump

By May 30, 2016

Politics:

Donald Trump’s most popular quality is his perceived honesty and direct communication. Perceptions aside, though, he may be the most dishonest and inconsistent candidate to… Read More ›

The Great Divide: Ideological Extremism in Modern America

The Great Divide: Ideological Extremism in Modern America

By February 19, 2016

Politics:

Two-hundred-twenty-nine years ago, America’s founding fathers wrote the Constitution, creating a system to ensure that the citizens of the United States of America could exercise… Read More ›