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Republican legislators in the Buckeye State have introduced multiple bills to curtail civil rights with the help of the Center for Christian Virtue. By Zurie Pope Over the past few months, Republicans in statehouses across the country have been working diligently to curtail their constituents’ civil rights. After Florida’s infamous “Don’t Say Gay” bill was signed […]
Young people coast to coast detail the most critical issues in the 2022 midterms, from student debt to abortion to climate change. By StudentNation EDITOR’S NOTE: In what many are calling the most consequential midterm elections in a lifetime, the November ballot will decide all 435 voting seats in the House of Representatives as well as the […]
Rather than substantively critiquing the president’s policies or priorities, even Democrats are now criticizing Biden for being “too old.” By Andrew V. Lorenzen In politics, age is not just a number—it’s a weapon. Recently, we’ve seen it wielded in a spate of articles, from The New York Times to The Atlantic, seeking to attack President Biden’s potential reelection campaign. […]
The president has an opportunity to address the partisan failures of Congress and the Supreme Court by taking real actions to combat the crisis at hand. By Hannah Reynolds At this point, climate change is an undeniable part of our reality. With wildfires burning like never before across Alaska and the West Coast, record heat waves, flooding, droughts, […]
The university’s recently announced Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability will need to ban oil and gas companies from funding its research. By Ilana Cohen In June, Harvard announced that it would establish the Salata Institute for Climate and Sustainability. The institute aims to connect and bolster climate-change initiatives across the university, in large part by supporting related […]
Wearing a mask in high school is annoying, but it makes me feel safe. My biggest fear is reliving the nightmare that began in March 2020. By Marylene Bioh EDITOR’S NOTE: A version of this article was originally published by Youth Communications and is reposted here with permission. YC is a nonprofit publisher of teen-written stories and curriculum to help […]