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On Thursday, April 6th, 2017, President Donald Trump ordered 59 U.S. Tomahawk Cruise Missiles to be launched towards a military base in Syria.
Kayla Hewitt discusses her opinion about how people of color are portrayed in literature and emphasizes that we need to honor their history, yet remember to characterize them as human with a wide range of emotions.
OH and SS explain why they think voting in the upcoming presidential election is important and how it's our resposibility to educate ourselves about the candidates.
Olivia Hernandez writes about her Cuban-American experience and how her heritage has made her more grateful for the opportunities we have in the United States.
Kayla Hewitt offers readers a few insights into why she's not reading installment in the Harry Potter series, questioning the validity of sequals and remakes in the process.
Sonia Schmidt discusses Einstein's Theory of Relativity and relates it to why, no matter the size of impact we make, we truly matter in the universe.
You can only forgive people for taking harsh measures because of their own angst and desperation for so long, or so Sonia Schmidt believes. She writes about how one moment of booing reminded her why she can’t get over prejudices pervading the USA and the world.
Op-Ed contributor Chris Harden explains the many complications voters must endeavor to understand when navigating the current political climate in the United States.
This weekend we all watched as America's Sweetheart, Taylor Swift, fell from grace. KH attempts to unpack why we loved to watch her go down.
Op-Ed contributor Nylla Davis discusses the recent deaths of both Philando Castile and Alton Sterling and the inherent injustice felt by the black community in the wake of extreme police brutality.
Fear is an incredibly dangerous tool. By creating divides within our country we effectively contribute to terrorists’ goal of creating chaos in America. SS offers her opinion on why using the phrase “Radical Islamic terrorism” is not only offensive but also inaccurate and ineffective.
Op-Ed contributor Trinidad Kechkian discusses the actions and literature of the iconic Beat Generation of the 1960's and the movement's lasting impact on today's society.
Op-Ed contributor Nala Duma writes powerfully about how white politicians, journalists, and celebrities distort the legacies of famous Black revolutionaries and activists in order to make them more palatable for white audiences.
Kayla Hewitt discusses the biased nature of the news media and how this may mislead the American people to form opinions that are independent of facts and dependent upon emotion.
Cored News co-founder Sonia Schmidt writes about why she thinks sex-ed is a necessary component in the classroom and how she believes that societal stigmatization of sex creates a cycle of negativity.
Op-Ed contributor Nate Green explores the world of DIY education and the advantages of creating a personal digital brand in the age of technology.