Taking Back Election Day

A speck of blue in a sea of red, Sandusky, Ohio is an urban center of about 25,000 people. On Jan. 28, this small...

Teachers’ Strikes and the Resurrection of Labor Power

This Monday, more than 5,000 educators went on strike in Denver. This was yet another in a series of recent large-scale strikes by teachers’...

Putting Geography Education on the Map

Back in high school, I had a substitute teacher that showed up relatively often to fill in for any history, science or math teacher....

The Hypocrisy of Imperialist Democracy

A coup is being orchestrated in Venezuela. Under the guise of constitutional authority and a supposed restoring of democracy, Juan Guaidó, the President of...

‘We Will Not Settle for Crumbs’

The protests in Paris represent an energized new movement, but the movement itself must be careful of influence from the far-right.

Standing Up Against Secretary of Education’s New Regulations

On Nov. 16, 2018, under the leadership of Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, the United States Department of Education revealed its newly proposed regulations...

Space Exploration Must Be for All

On Monday, NASA landed the InSight lander on the surface of Mars. Over the next three months, the lander will use its various scientific...

Why NYU Must Support the Resolution on the Human Rights of Palestinians

Our tuition is funding human rights violations — we must hold NYU accountable and put an end to this practice.

In California, My Home Is One of the Lucky Ones

In the face of the twin tragedies of the wildfires raging in California, it is crucial to consider our responsibility to protect our citizens and to protect our planet when it comes to climate change.

Brian Kemp Should Be Barred From Office

The Republican Georgia gubernatorial nominee had a blatant conflict of interest overseeing the administration of elections and should be barred from participating in any future elections for governor.

Nigeria Is Watching Us, and We Are Letting Them Down

The United States needs to remember that the current leader of our country projects a strong and at times dangerous influence in Nigeria.

War of Words: How Rhetoric Can Turn Ugly

A look into what history can teach our leaders about their tone.
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