A Detailed Timeline of Michael Flynn

By: Zachary Sparks Edited by: Miya Stewart As Mueller is releasing memos on Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen, it’s important to understand how the investigation has progressed regarding another key person — Michael Flynn. This is a timeline, originally design by Reddit user u/Flynn_Timeline (with some additional sources and edits), detailing the important acts Flynn… Read More A Detailed Timeline of Michael Flynn

Nikki Haley Should be Vice President in 2020 (Or Even Now)

By: Zachary Sparks Edited by: Bridget Salice First off, let me acknowledge that I am not a Republican. I believe the Republican Party has become complacent — borderline treacherous — with regards to the Trump presidency. I believe their economic policies are scandalous, social policies full of one-sided bigotry, and world-views reprehensible. Their party now… Read More Nikki Haley Should be Vice President in 2020 (Or Even Now)

Black women have higher rates of maternal deaths & little is being done to stop it

By: Kherty Leger Edited by: Zachary Sparks The relationship between a doctor and a patient is critical for successful treatment. Doctors rely on their patients to tell them what they are feeling and use this subjective information to determine the best possible treatment for their patients. So, patients are put in a vulnerable position when… Read More Black women have higher rates of maternal deaths & little is being done to stop it

Islamophobia: The Making of a Terrorist

On November 28, 2016, 18 year old Abdul Razak Ali Artan initiated an attack against the students and faculty of The Ohio State University. The attack was calculated, leaving 13 people injured. Within one minute, Artan was fatally shot by OSU police, thus ending the threat to campus safety.   Following the attack, officials released known… Read More Islamophobia: The Making of a Terrorist

Election 2016: Turning Hopelessness into Action

“I was absolutely devastated. I went into election night with a full heart and high spirits – I was convinced that America would turn away from the bigoted and hateful ideals promoted by the opposing candidate.” Janey Elliott, a student at Belmont University, describes a feeling known all too well as election results poured in.… Read More Election 2016: Turning Hopelessness into Action