Vaccination isn’t an option

Every morning, I wake up with terror and caution about the measles outbreak waiting in my inbox and on my newsfeed. Sometimes it’s from concerned relatives and other times professors. […]

A stare-down and a story of disrespect

America’s ignorance is getting swept under the rug, and the depth of the ignorance only grows. Friday, Jan. 18 was the Indigenous People’s March at the Lincoln Memorial—the activities that […]

Students share how they celebrate Lent

Although it is predominately viewed as a Catholic holiday, Lent is celebrated in a number of ways by different people. Lent is the 40-day period leading up to Easter that […]