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The Pedagog: The Strutters at the Presidential Inauguration

Hosted by Mikala Everett. Starring May Olvera and Katie Burrell.

Trump is right about congressional term limits

Donald Trump’s plan for his first 100 days in office includes plenty of terrible proposals, however one idea stands out from the rest—the need...
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Social movements should not be “trendy”

Typically social movements arrive from a mutual wish to garner support and growth. However, when social movements become “trendy,” it allows for them to...

Don’t forget Flint: Michigan still dealing with water crisis

Flint, Michigan’s water crisis has not been resolved. The issue has not received major news coverage for months, and most celebrities have stopped speaking out...

Trump is president, so start a punk band

Music is at its best when people are facing heightened social or political struggles; and history has shown that musical movements form and evolve...

Take some time for self-care after the election

Whether you are a Hilary Clinton, Donald Trump or third party supporter, the 2016 election cycle has been emotionally draining for most. In order...

Best Italian restaurant: Italian Garden

At Italian Garden, indulging in delicious food doesn’t have to be a guilty pleasure.  Voted the best Italian restaurant in the city, Italian Garden...

The reality of a President Trump calls for unity and action...

As we stepped into the final hours of the 2016 election, most of us breathed a premature sigh of relief. After more than a...

Drake’s Kid Cudi dis exemplified the patriarchy

It would seem as though living in a patriarchy would only cause women to suffer, however, patriarchal culture knows no limits of oppression. Societal...

It’s okay to be privileged—if you use it for good

Whether you are ready to accept the reality of your own systemic advantages or not, sometimes we must face uncomfortable truths: Privilege is real,...