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Amid news of Megyn Kelly’s NBC show being cancelled after her comments about blackface, I was taken off guard when hearing about the confusion, terror and pure shock that so many people felt and had. The offensiveness and hurtfulness of blackface, which has such a long history, is shocking and alarmingly confusing for many people.
Millennials and Gen-Z-ers are proving to be very aware, outspoken and politically-charged, but still, older generations fail to take our concerns seriously. It is then up to us, and has been up to us, to make our voices heard. Politicians time and time again show that they do not listen to our voices, but instead seek policies and ideals that satisfy their own agendas.
For the first time in 55 years, and the third time in all of history, the Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to a woman, Donna Strickland. Strickland, a Canadian optical physicist, was awarded the 2018 prize alongside scientists Gérard Mourou and Arthur Ashkin for their work on generating high-intensity, ultra-short optical pulses which "revolutionized laser physics," according to the Royal Swedish Academy.
Brett Kavanaugh — who is days away from being appointed to Supreme Court Justice — has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, when he was 17. Although I was horrified to hear this news, it is sad to say I was not shocked.
Malcolm James McCormick, better known as Mac Miller, was found dead on Friday around noon in his California home. Since then his community, fans, friends and family have mourned over his loss. I was personally a huge fan of Miller and have been grieving over his death, a man I have never met before. Just a day earlier I was walking to my class, lost in a crowd of people all looking for the right classroom number. Within that commotion I must have hit the play button on my phone and there it goes: Mac Miller blasting in front of a bunch of people.