Collaboration over Coexistence

In a few short months both Republicans and Democrats are going to flock to Cleveland and Philadelphia, respectively, to nominate or celebrate their candidate for the US presidency. I use the political parties as an […]

The Value of a Liberal Arts Education

Written by Robbie Adler Earlier this semester, I wrote an article about the resurgence of vocational schools in the U.S., and the high payoff for students graduating with a technical degree that prepares them for […]

Evenwel Decision Upholds Democratic Inclusion

Written by Andrew Schwartz This past Monday, the Supreme Court put an end to the century-long clash over what constitutes political representation. The concept of “representative democracy”—a principle which has been observed by Americans with […]

Societal Expectations Inhibit Male Expression

Written by Paulina Ukrainets On Monday, the New York Times published an article called “Teaching Men to be Emotionally Honest,” which addressed the social conditioning that most young boys undergo and how that conditioning impacts them […]

The Existential Glitter Popsicle Crisis

Written by Hannah Fleming Above: Hannah Mohan of And the Kids. There was minimal dancing at Ra Ra Riot, And the Kids, and PWR BTTM’s Denver show. This was probably because it was Monday, and the […]

Battle of the Bands Finals

Battle of the Bands is an event that has been constantly evolving over the past few years. This year in particular marks the start of many new changes. Per tradition, the event is held in […]

Scalia and the Fallacy of Constitutional Literalism

Written by Paxton Hyde There has been a good amount of debate concerning the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia after his death in mid-February. Some have rightly refused to perform the usual immortalization […]