Sitting at your desk in the classroom which is kept at a perpetual constant temperature, you find yourself taking in the words of your superior. The teacher is rambling on about the lesson, trying to get his point across. Sensing … Continue reading How Can Teachers Remain Engaging and Not Make Comments that Could Be Considered Offensive?
I’m going to touch on an uncomfortable topic for many of you, especially if you are a woman. We all know about the women’s equality movement, the equal rights movement, movements to support paid maternity leave and equal pay for … Continue reading Yes, Men And Boys Are Being Left Behind
When I first saw that New York—my home state—had become the first state in the United States to offer free college tuition to State residents, I was sitting at my desk in my dorm room in Virginia, editing for the … Continue reading Cuomo’s Cage: The Cost of New York’s Excelsior Scholarship
I still remember November 8th, 2016 like it was yesterday. I had been watching the election results come in at a senior friend’s apartment with a couple of friends when we collectively decided to go crash the viewing party in … Continue reading My Life as a Conservative at a Liberal Arts College: Stupid Things I’ve Heard on Campus This Week
I walked into the communal bathroom that I share with the two dozen or so other girls that live in the same hall as me here at the University of Richmond’s Lora Robins Court a few months ago and saw … Continue reading American Citizenship: Unchanged Since 1787