Keep your (c)laws off my body

// by Jackie Bangle and Emily Kissinger On May 2nd, 2022, a draft of a SCOTUS proposal written in February to rescind Roe v. Wade was leaked to the general public. With the recent conversation about reproductive rights in America, this news came as a shock to some, but to many it was a visceralContinue reading “Keep your (c)laws off my body”

Kamala Harris: My reflection as an Indian-American

by Swara Tewari // On Aug. 11, Joe Biden named Kamala Harris his running mate in the 2020 presidential election. I remember getting the news update on my phone and then immediately running down the hall and bursting into my sister’s room to tell her, as I usually do when something even remotely interesting happens. Continue reading “Kamala Harris: My reflection as an Indian-American”

Put A Sock In It, Joseph Epstein

By Leila Kalliel Several days ago, the Wall Street Journal released an article titled, “Is There a Doctor in the White House? Not if You Need an M.D,” criticizing first-lady-elect Jill Biden for including the honorific ‘doctor’ in her name because apparently, that title only really applies to medical doctors.         In said article, Joseph EpsteinContinue reading “Put A Sock In It, Joseph Epstein”

What It Means to be a Woman in the Eyes of the 45th President

By Drue Wigton // In 2015, Donald Trump publicly said “I mean, she’s a woman, and I’m not supposed to say bad things, but really, folks, come on. Are we serious?” about his rival Carly Fiorina.  On ABC’s “The View” in 2006, Donald Trump said “… she does have a very nice figure. I’ve saidContinue reading “What It Means to be a Woman in the Eyes of the 45th President”