As an intern for the Lamb campaign, I had a front-row seat to the action. As I saw it, one of the primary reasons for our victory was the heavily people-powered nature of our campaign.
Positive stereotypes bring about the concept of what it means to be part of the “true race” in culture, or what it means if someone is “not Asian enough” or “not black enough.”
Carnegie Mellon needs to provide more resources to the Title IX office, make students more aware of how to file a report, and enforce mandatory sexual assault training.
Underneath the pretense of raising awareness of mental health and suicide lies a dangerous message that has already negatively impacted viewers.
Financial literacy is important for more reasons than just being able to comprehend the national discourse: it directly affects us in numerable tangible ways.
Devos’s interview was abysmal, embarrassing, and confusing. She deflected, contradicted herself, and stumbled through the interview like an amateur.