Every once in a while, a viral video unleashes a tirade of discussion, social critiques and news.
Social media has been damaging in skewing our understandings of not only content sharing but also news dissemination, and our perceptions of ourselves as making positive differences.
The idea that USC poses a threat to students with armed police is unfounded.
The impetus is now on the University to empower students to take part in the conversation.
Policy mastermind and conservative whiz kid or not, Ryan was no friend to average Americans and no hero to the millions of people who depended on programs he tried so hard to sabotage.
Universities need to realize the benefits of community colleges to higher education.
In 2017, the Feminist Majority Foundation found that 34.2 percent of U.S. abortion providers said they had experienced “severe violence or threats of violence” in the first half of 2016, an increase from the 19.7 percent of clinics who said they had experienced this in 2014.
An ideal voting society should include a secure election with only eligible voters participating and a voter registration program that encourages as much participation as possible.
During a time when voting rights are under threat, policy initiatives that lower the barriers to voting are more important than ever.
The increasing decline of the local press will ultimately play a role in future elections and in fostering political dialogue in smaller communities, as a whole.