By: Molly Miller and Navya Chintaman This article will examine a number of different, highly-anticipated races and what they mean for Congress, the 2024 Presidential election and the United States’ foreign policy going forward. History Being Made:  Starting off with ...

Arguably this summer’s biggest movie, “Top Gun: Maverick” evokes an undeniable sense of patriotism. The imagery of fighter jets and vast, echoing hangers leave many American viewers walking out of the theater thinking: Wow, it feels good to be American. ...

I have played baseball for over fifteen years, and my family has cheered on the Yankees for over 50. I’m considered the black sheep of my family just for liking the Mets. My father has played all his life and ...

At migrant shelters along the U.S.-Mexico border, disabled people continue to struggle daily to survive in inaccessible living conditions. As reports from the migration crisis at the border become overshadowed by other news stories, it remains critical to amplify stories ...

Although the animated Disney film Big Hero Six was released in 2014, viewers were able to return to the dynamic cultural city and landscape of San Fransokyo—a combination of “San Francisco” and “Tokyo”—earlier this summer. With the 2022 Disney+ series ...

Americans’ trust in the Internet is at an all-time low. While people continue buying into the products offered by Meta, Amazon and Google, they simultaneously distrust the very products they consume. Many don’t see a way to avoid using these ...

Outside the Government Palace in Xalapa, the capital city of Mexico’s state of Veracruz, flowers and dim candles don the grim makeshift shrines of local political activists and photojournalists Rubén Espinosa and Nadia Vera. Onlookers heed these memorials for mere ...

By Sangeeta Kishore and Lauren Schulsohn For our entire lives, and since our parents were teenagers, abortion has been legal in all fifty states. Abortion has always been a controversial topic throughout our youth. However, in the past few years, ...

Just yesterday, I met with an administrator from my high school and a former peer for lunch. As we laughed and reminisced on our time in school, we underscored the importance of the classroom and how school provided us with ...

Disclaimer: This interview has been condensed and edited for clarity purposes.  Indigenous people in the United States have been marginalized and discriminated against for centuries with restricted access to health care, land rights and much more. Yet, unfortunately, this glaring ...