The upcoming presidential election may be one of the most important elections in our lifetimes. Journalists make it worse by playing favorites.
Despite the tendency of Americans to gloss over World War I, it is honored by nearly ten thousand memorials spanning the United States. How did the “Great War” become so forgotten in the American imagination?
When voting in 2020, prioritize the rights of the disenfranchised and discriminated before satisfying the needs of the socially and economically stable.
At the halfway mark of her study abroad experience, Candace Baker reflects on the outside perspective on American culture.
To what extent should we be held accountable for words spoken in our past? Ben Gitzinger reflects on the practicality of punishing celebrities for old tweets and remarks.