How Hillary Clinton Broke a Glass Ceiling for Women Without Winning the Election

By: Daniela Sarafov Edited by: Bridget Salice Waking up on the morning of November 9th, 2016 was perhaps one of the saddest and most hopeless moments of my life. I could not believe that I lived in a world where someone who stood for the antithesis of what this country was built on now sat… Read More How Hillary Clinton Broke a Glass Ceiling for Women Without Winning the Election

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)

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