Culture

Classism: America’s Overlooked Problem

The American Dream is a common trope in much of the United States’ mythology. The core of its ethos is that with hard work and dedication, anybody can achieve s...

Feminism’s Newest Face: The Sad Girl?

    It’s hard enough to be a young woman in real life, so has social media helped or hurt?   Technology has undoubtedly advanced society,...

New Years Day in New York

By Brielle Diskin,   It looked like the entirety of the past year swept through Midtown Manhattan at once, and I was tiptoeing through the wreckage. ...

4/20/2017

When Donald Trump took office in January 2017, we knew we were up for a rocky year. Despite the constant political turmoil, fake news and deep divide between th...
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Trump: A Year Later

As one year ends and another begins the shadows casted over the past 12 months come into the light of reflection. Domestically, this year is one marked with nat...

Our Children Left Behind: Education in America

The American education system is in peril and has been for quite some time now. Our education system is, without a doubt one, of the most — if not the most — di...

Puerto Rico Se Levanta

Upon first glance, most people would be surprised to know that I am Puerto Rican. I do not have the stereotypical tan skin, dark features, Latina accent, etc. I...

The War on Science

Our new administration has declared a war on science. It was quiet at first, but now that Trump is flexing his presidential guns, a lot of people, not only the ...