Washington D.C. is a city being constantly negotiated, an arena for constructing how America sees and remembers itself. From the ground of D.C., we investigate the American ideal.
Cade Stone is a fourth year Government and Plan II student originally from Austin, Texas. After abandoning an early International Relations major, he has returned circuitously to an overriding fascination with the global stage and America’s role within it. He is particularly interested in environmental policy, trans-Atlantic affairs, and institutional advocacy. When in town, Cade can likely be found at a coffee shop, local park, or one of Austin’s innumerable breakfast taco institutions.
A SUBJECTIVELY OBJECTIVE RANKING: THE 21 BEST MUSIC VIDEOS OF THE 21ST CENTURY
A biased and baseless attempt at ranking the best music videos of the century so far.
Rage and Mourning at the Capitol: Protest on a Burning Planet and the 9.20.19 Austin #ClimateStrike
The notorious Swede Greta Thunberg has arrived in America and it’s causing quite a stir.
Self-Interested Civics and the Authoritarian Appeal
As democracy declines and the Western consensus retreats, let us examine our dogmas and ask: why do voters turn away?
for: MAC MILLER
Cade Stone writes an ode to Mac Miller on the one year anniversary of his death.