My mental health is better than it has ever been since I have gained a better understanding of what mental health is.
When it comes to the politics of this new age, do not disparage your Democratic representatives for playing hardball.
On Monday, the latest UCLA star announced an early departure from the athletics program. It wasn’t for the NFL or the NBA Draft. Instead, it was redshirt freshman Mallory Pugh — a star forward for the U.S. soccer team who debuted in the Olympics at the age of 17 — making the headlines. On Monday […]
In a previous column, I gave credit to Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why for doing what high school television shows rarely do: explore the consequences of the characters’ cruelty and apathy toward each other and themselves. Instead of portraying action, 13 Reasons Why focuses on reaction — the characters’ responses toward Hannah’s suicide and the incoming […]
Barring any injuries, I’ll just keep running, and I’m sure I’ll get there someday.
Put in Arkansas’ new terms, it is impossible to ignore the absolute disregard for human life the death penalty poses.
The spontaneity of sports is what makes them enjoyable, intriguing and thrilling, and I’m more than willing to sacrifice occasional heartbreaking moments for the gratification of sweating out an exciting overtime playoff win.
I believe that it’s OK for someone to leave your life. I feel stronger for letting go, even if I don’t forget.
It is alarming that two nationalist parties in the same week both seemed to suggest that it is becoming appropriate to rewrite the history of nationalism itself.
On Sunday, Las Vegas dubbed redshirt sophomore quarterback Sam Darnold the preseason Heisman Trophy favorite, with USC’s signal caller opening as a 5-1 frontrunner at multiple sportsbooks. The announcement surprised few, especially around the campus that Darnold captivated last fall. Darnold had been the Heisman favorite for months on online betting sites (alas, I missed […]