Op-Ed: A High Schooler’s Perspective on Racial Justice

Op-Ed: A High Schooler’s Perspective on Racial Justice

Stories upon stories about broken race relations continue to pop up in the news. In response, millions of activists and young people are asking for…

What I’m Thankful For This College Admissions Season

What I’m Thankful For This College Admissions Season

Feeling alone as you swim through the terrifying waters known as the college admission process? Have no fear! We have several seniors blogging about ups, downs,…

The Single Story of Michael Brown: The Global Narratives of Racialized America

The Single Story of Michael Brown: The Global Narratives of Racialized America

I am not here today to make a political analysis of the grand jury that refused to indict Darren Wilson. I am not here to…

Op-Ed: Ferguson, Finals, and Fatigue

Op-Ed: Ferguson, Finals, and Fatigue

Over 100 days ago, Officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown, Jr. Now, Prosecutor Robert McCulloch has announced the verdict of the grand jury tasked with…

Op-Ed: It Is (And It Isn’t) About Ferguson

Op-Ed: It Is (And It Isn’t) About Ferguson

In my social circles (mostly white and millennial), perhaps the most common reaction to the grand jury’s decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson…

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