Intolerance is killing us

Image by zakir hossain chowdhury “protest at Dhaka after death of US blogger Avijit Roy” via Flickr    UPDATE: The Secular Student Alliance will be hosting…

Professor uses camera lens to document “blackness”

“(1)ne Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race,” published on Nov. 28, 2013, is a combination of written biographies and photographs that investigate the lived experiences of people who identify as Black or have their “blackness” questioned.

Can women have it all?

Contributing writer Constanza Gallardo is concerned about society’s expectations of the modern-day woman and feels that there is an overwhelming pressure to balance all aspects of a woman’s life.

Senate’s lack of term limits a major disservice

Current U.S. law dictates that senators and representatives in Congress can serve an unlimited number of terms. After stepping down, they can turn around and campaign, be reelected and serve for three-fourths of their lives with no one thinking it is strange.