I am an immigrant.
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I am an immigrant.
In the last few weeks, I think it is fair to say that practically anyone you talk to is not happy about the two major party candidates for the presidential election.
I’ve made it a personal goal to make as many communists as angry as possible.
If you walked down College Ave this week, surely you would have noticed the massive wall in front of the College Avenue Student Center.
In December, 2015, Michigan Radio reported that the water at a Flint resident's home returned a lead content of 104 parts per billion.
Millennials are lambasted on a day-to-day basis for many futile and arbitrary matters.
A month ago, during an intimate conversation with a friend who I have not seen for a couple of months and who I was not particularly very close to, asked me, “Can I touch your hair?”.I don’t remember ever being asked this question before in my life and most certainly, I’ve never had this request proposed in the most respectful and empathic manner.
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month comes to an end and all of the bright-pink banners slowly come down, it seems as if the fervent support for the cause passes as quickly and quietly as the page on the calendar.
Today’s topic of discussion: Pokemon.
“Islam has always been part of America.”
Like a train barreling through a brick wall at full speed, the campaign of Republican nominee Donald Trump has completely crashed and burned.
I have met loads of people from all over.
I’m going to take a break from the usual lambasting of the two worst presidential candidates in modern history.
Although Republican nominee Donald Trump’s comments have instigated a national reaction, it is hard to say whether it was focused more on lewdness versus the presidential nominee’s threat to women’s bodily autonomy.
On the morning of Homecoming, the freedom on the College Avenue campus was tangible.
Because of the unconstitutionally abused War Powers Resolution, one of the few powers the President wields almost entirely unchecked is the command of the military, and so a candidate’s foreign policy is one of the most important positions they can take.
This month marks the 15-year anniversary of the tragic reveal of the most notable corporate accounting scandal of all time, Enron.
I take a sip of my third cup of tea for the day.
Leftist criticisms of Christopher Columbus reflect historical misunderstanding.
More often than not, I read the political headlines each morning and find myself thinking, “What would an ancient person think?”