Anti-Abortion Propaganda is More Detrimental than Actual Abortions

By Kayla Santos | May 2, 2019 “Lawmakers in New York cheered with delight upon the passage of legislation that would allow a baby to be ripped from the mother's womb moments before birth...To defend the dignity of every person, I am asking the Congress to pass legislation to prohibit the late-term abortion of children … Continue reading Anti-Abortion Propaganda is More Detrimental than Actual Abortions

The Importance of an Apolitical Central Bank

By Nicholas Torres | December 4, 2018 Introduction A central bank, put simply, is the institution within a country that manages that country’s currency, money supply, and interest rates. These three factors have a profound influence on the broader economy. Therefore, the function of a central bank is something to take seriously. However, there has … Continue reading The Importance of an Apolitical Central Bank

Kneeling Tall: Protests, Patriotism, and Police Brutality in Trump’s America

By Samuel O'Brient | Illustration by Manya Tam | December 11, 2017 These days, most news articles about the NFL have less to do with actual football and more to do with political turmoilWhen San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick took a knee during our national anthem last year, no one likely could have foreseen … Continue reading Kneeling Tall: Protests, Patriotism, and Police Brutality in Trump’s America

A Reflection on the 2016 Presidential Campaign and My Decision to Digitally Isolate Myself

By Moyna Ghosh | Illustration by Monya Ghosh | December 11, 2017 Summer of 2016 “In 2004, I cast my vote for John Kerry, and when I found out he lost, I was overcome by despair. I realized that, yes, participating in a democracy can be exhilarating. But it can be heartbreaking, too.” - Aasif … Continue reading A Reflection on the 2016 Presidential Campaign and My Decision to Digitally Isolate Myself