In the Bunkers of Ideology

By Zak Shellabarger

How Political Inaction Slows Us Down

By: Micaela Fischer As citizens of a country veritably overflowing with patriotic fervor and an inherited love for democracy, when given the chance to cast a ballot Americans are surprisingly …

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Misconceptions About Refugees

By: Morgan Leonard Over the holiday season, I had quite a harsh awakening about how refugees are portrayed, especially within the United States. As I sat around the dinner table …

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Why Contacting Congress Matters

By: Micaela Fischer “Dare to stand before those you fear and speak your mind, even if your voice shakes.” – Maggie Kuhn, human rights activist. In an increasingly complex political …

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Changing Your Mind is Not a Crime

By: Ashlie Vesper I can’t tell you how many times I’ve changed my mind. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve uttered the words “I’m sorry” after I’ve changed …

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The Psychology of Happiness

By: Adam French Why it’s easier to be happy than you think. Most people believe that happiness only comes with the perfect or ideal situation for them. “If I only …

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How Political Inaction Slows Us Down

By: Micaela Fischer As citizens of a country veritably overflowing with patriotic fervor and an inherited love for democracy, when given the chance to cast a ballot Americans are surprisingly …

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