On Thursday I got on the subway and I felt invincible.
The name “climate town hall” is not particularly illustrative or inspiring.
In the aftermath of the strike that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, a debate struck up over the constitutionality of President Donald J. Trump’s use of force.
As I have grown up, I have come to understand that one of the most significant realizations one must come to, and eventually does come to, is that life is truly temporary.
Valentine’s Day, like all modern holidays, has become a widely commercialized holiday, with the average amount spent on gifts increasing by $60 over the past decade.
Some viewers argued that Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s hits were not current enough to be featured at the 2020 Super Bowl.
I was sitting on an LX bus one afternoon and I heard the ostentatious crunching of a paper bag.
We have all heard about the increase in facial recognition and artificial intelligence.
In "Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln," an exploration of the innovative leadership that guided America during the Antebellum South through the Civil War, historian Doris Kearns Goodwin extols former President Abraham Lincoln’s ability to manage political affairs and to lead a country.
Rutgers students held a protest due to the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) written by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government, which many view as an active attempt to discriminate against Muslims and other ethnic groups that have historically been deemed undesirable by a nationalist Indian government.
This past weekend, Taylor Swift released her much anticipated documentary “Miss Americana” on Netflix.
A spiritual deprivation permeates throughout modern life. Originally, this decrepit order was limited to a materialistic upper-middle and upper-class, but with the proliferation of modern computing technology, it has extended into the depths of a socio-economically stratified society.
The Daily Targum inducted its 152nd editorial board on Friday, with this edition of the paper marking the first under new leadership.
It goes without saying that there is a gap, and perhaps a necessary one between personal and professional relations. Unhealthy dynamics make both profoundly unpleasant and there are some common constituents between the two, but there is an essential and marked difference between the two in regards to their raison d’etre.