Before I begin, I want to make something very clear: I don’t think all white people are racist. In fact, I’m someone who will take the time to listen to white people to try to understand where they’re coming from so long as they listen to me. Now that that’s out of the way, let’s […]
I’m beginning to think that a part of being in college is being constantly conflicted with how you were raised and how you want to be.
Every year following Thanksgiving, I look forward to the following things: my mom being in a good enough mood to cook for me every day when I come home, seeing my relatives get drunk and argue over nothing at family gatherings, shopping for gifts and seeing beautiful, colorful lights.
With the walkout in protest of the rescinding of DACA, I think it’s appropriate to revisit the subject of immigration.
Within the parking lots filled with luxury cars, sea of Louis Vuitton bags used as backpacks and salmon colored Vineyard Vines polos and khaki shorts, are undergraduates who come from, and still grapple with financial hardships. I fall into this category.
It’s been a long week. Not as in busy, but as in depressing.
On this episode of not enough is being done about misogyny and our society is too advanced to be stuck in patriarchal control, my classmates exhibited a fundamental misunderstanding of what sexual assault is.
Since being at Wake Forest I’ve acquainted myself with and befriended several athletes.
I was pretty annoyed while writing each of my opinion pieces. Even though I love to express politics and try to bring attention to issues that many others don’t see, I’m still frustrated by one thing: people refuse to listen.
Just when I thought the president of the United States couldn’t possibly say anything more offensive in public, he once again outdid himself.
Nothing annoys me more than half-a** activists. These “activists” make Instagram and Snapchat posts about how they stand for certain social issues, but do nothing to make actual changes beyond joining a social media hashtag.
With President Trump jeopardizing the Obama era program known as Deffered Action for Childhood Arrivals, nearly 800,000 young people’s lives may be completely uprooted and thrown into chaos.
Generally, I get straight to the point in my opinion pieces in order to be concise and maintain my audience’s engagement.
The Pepsi commercial featuring Kendall Jenner is just another thing that has gotten social media riled up recently.
As spring sets in and the weather warms, all I think about is how it’s been a hell of a winter in North Carolina.
I’ve spent the past two weeks following the coverage of the proposed replacement for Obamacare (Affordable Care Act)known as the American Health Care Act.