Braden Goyette is a former web intern at The Nation and staff writer at Campus Progress.
As a DREAM Act vote nears in the Senate, all eyes are on the shrinking group of Senators who might still change their minds.
Young Invincibles pushes back against the movement to roll back health care legislation.
Several senators still have uncertain positions on the DREAM Act.
Why the controversial Maclean’s On Campus article, "Too Asian," is lazy and inaccurate.
The Think 2040 project wants to know your policy priorities so our generation can start shaping the agenda for the coming decades.
But did they ever have them to begin with?
Marisol Valles Garcia’s story casts new attention on the state of Mexico’s drug wars.
Georgia’s decision to ban undocumented students from top state schools is part of a larger assault on Plyler vs. Doe, the decision that established the right to K-12 education for all children regardless of immigration status.
Anti-hunger activists explain why cutting food stamps is going to hurt kids.