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November 23, 2022
Getting Adopted Didn’t Save Me
Two years after I left foster care, my adoptive mother became physically and emotionally abusive. Now, I’m choosing kindness over guilt.
November 22, 2022
Students Tell Their Universities: Keep Fossil Fuel Companies Out of Climate Research
Amid COP27, members of the Fossil Free Research movement took action around the world, protesting the influence of Big Oil on crucial climate change studies.
November 18, 2022
How University Title IX Offices Fail Survivors
In 2014, an investigation by the Department of Education found that Princeton’s response to complaints of sexual violence violated Title IX. How much has changed since?
November 17, 2022
Illinois Voters Just Made Collective Bargaining a Constitutional Right
The state’s new Workers’ Rights Amendment is a historic victory for union organizers, shutting out the anti-labor “right-to-work” laws that have dominated in the Midwest.
Tomas Miriti Pacheco
November 16, 2022
In the War Against Voting, Poll Workers Are on the Front Lines
During the 2022 midterms, election officials faced an unprecedented level of harassment. After the Republicans’ poor performance, antidemocratic conspiracies will only become more prominent.
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November 11, 2022
Affirmative Action Benefits All Students—Even Asian Americans
In October, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments for two cases against Harvard and the University of North Carolina in an effort to overturn
November 7, 2022
Youth Turnout Will Decide the Fate of the Midterm Elections
Young voters hold enormous influence as a demographic. A high level of participation in the midterms this year could swing the results in the Democrats favor.
November 4, 2022
Voter Suppression Is Keeping Students From the Polls
Less than half of Americans under 30 said they were “certain to vote” in the midterm elections. But in battleground states across the country, college organizers are fighting for
November 3, 2022
Can Young Voters Make Palestinian Rights a Major Issue?
Most Americans under 30 now feel sympathetic toward the Palestinian cause. But getting progressive politicians to support Palestine continues to be difficult.
November 2, 2022
After “Dobbs,” Anti-Abortion Activists Are Targeting Clinics in Blue States
, the effects of state bans are felt even where abortion is still legal. One Illinois clinic’s proximity to Missouri has made it an easy target for emboldened anti-abortion activists.