Maya Salem unpacks hidden sexist undertones interwoven into the very structure of language.
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Opinion staff shares their thoughts on the year 2020 and resolutions for the new year.
Faiz Surani unpacks the potential for an unprecedented ruling in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia.
Katie Caracciolo unpacks the recent condemnable actions of author J.K. Rowling and the dangers of the resulting attempted reclamation of her previously blindly beloved series.
Tali Braun discusses the history and continued politicization of the Black vote in American politics.
Nathaniel Ramierez details California's fight for cleaner air and how the Trump Administration is holding the state back.
Christine Tu believes that the democratic leaders could have done more to stop or slow the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett.
Maya Salem discuss the Trump Effect and it's possible implications on local elections.
Kristen Wu critiques the centrist tendencies of the Democratic Party, unpacking the disillusionment progressives are feeling in the face of the election.
Maya Salem is out to spook us this Halloween all with an oddly familiar scary story.
Mikayla Buhbe finally gives the horror genre the recognition it deserves as she cites its recent success in making pertinent social commentary.