June 19, 2017

“To Protect and Serve.” This motto is one of the most commonly used descriptions of members of law-enforcement. To protect the innocent from evil, and to serve the community in the process. At colleges and Universities across the country, there are security headquarter...

February 16, 2017

I didn’t think I would ever experience something as huge and exciting as I did this past Saturday at the Women’s March on Washington. I have never seen so many people in one place at one time who were standing up for the same reason, which in this case was equality. Th...

February 9, 2017

Bullying, it’s something we see on a daily basis. Whether it is at school, at the mall, or anywhere else, it does happen. Many of us might witness it, but few actually step in and help. It’s crucial to understand what it does to people who get bullied, and why you shou...

December 28, 2016

Leelah Alcorn lost her life to suicide on December 28th, 2014. She was abused and mistreated by her parents, who took her out of school, locked her in her room, and sent her to conversion therapy, all because Leelah was transgender. Leelah’s story always stuck out to m...

August 27, 2016

During the first week of July, multiple shootings happened three days straight in three different states, and all of them involved police officers and black citizens. On July 7 in downtown Dallas, Texas, black citizens held a protest against police brutality after two...

May 27, 2016

The conversation of mental health has progressed vastly over the years. Only fairly recently have we started hearing people finally seriously talking about mental health and the people afflicted by it. Only recently have we seen an expansion of services and awareness f...

May 22, 2016

May, after a parade of so many other awareness days, weeks, months, highlights those that struggle with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, schizophrenia and a host of other illnesses that can impact a person’s daily life and relationships. It recognizes the st...

April 23, 2016

In my parents’ eyes, becoming an activist was probably the most rebellious thing I have ever done. They only had two rules when I told them I was starting a Feminist group on Campus: 1. Don’t get arrested, and 2. We don’t want to see you on T.V. So far I have only brok...

April 20, 2016

After the Cleveland State University board decision came out about a month ago with their decision to buy the school’s president Ronald Berkman a new house, the president received a couple more reasons to not visit campus that often. One, is  because his new, lavish ho...

April 11, 2016

A couple days ago I saw Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice for the second time, and like everyone else I have a lot to say about it. For those of you who haven’t seen it yet and don’t want it spoiled here are my thoughts; it’s a very gorgeous, ambitious, sometimes fun...

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