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November 20, 2017
I would argue that the Trump presidency, although Trump perhaps holds the title for the most publicly outrageous presidential candidate, was inevitable.
November 14, 2017
The GOP Tax Bill Is Bad for Students
Young people are buried under the weight of student-loan debt. The Republican tax proposal would bury them far deeper still.
November 3, 2017
Can These 13 Young Minnesotans Stop a Pipeline From Coming to Their State?
Climate change, they argue, will disproportionately affect young people—so they want a seat at the table.
October 24, 2017
When Black Lives Mattered: Why Teach Reconstruction
Reconstruction, the era immediately following the Civil War and emancipation, is full of stories that help us see the possibility of a future defined by racial equity.
October 16, 2017
The 2017 Hurricanes Didn’t Just Hit Puerto Rico—They Hit the Caribbean
Puerto Rico is getting the coverage it deserves, but an entire region has been upended by natural disasters this hurricane season.
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October 11, 2017
These Muslim Students Built an App to Document Islamophobia on Campus
Muslim students in North Carolina needed a way to record instances of anti-Muslim activity—so they made one.
October 6, 2017
High-School Student Activists Have More Rights Than You Might Think
Public school teachers and administrators across the country think they have more power than they actually do—and students need to know.
October 5, 2017
This University Suggested International Students Could Be Reported to ICE if They Unionized
And it’s not the first to do so.
September 15, 2017
These Georgetown Students Fought Nike—and Won
For the first time ever, Nike signed a contract that ensures full, independent access for the Worker Rights Consortium—and it happened because of students.
Daniel Luis Zager
September 12, 2017
We Tried to Peacefully Protest. Then the University Shut Us Down.
But we’ll continue to stand up for what is right until the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill stops putting white supremacy on a literal pedestal.