Stand Up, Speak Out, Vote

This year’s election is continuing to surpass difficulties that no other election year has ever had to experience. In the midst of a global pandemic, voting undeniably becomes more complicated. For many, it may deter them from voting or cause them to be wary about the legitimacy of their ballots.  In 2016, voter turnout for eligible citizens was about 55 percent. This was an all-time … Continue reading Stand Up, Speak Out, Vote

Why You Should Exercise Your Right to Vote

Voting in modern presidential elections may feel like choosing between the lesser of two evils. Because of this, you may find it easier to abstain from voting. However, there is too much at stake this November to not vote. The consequences of this election will exceed beyond who sits in the Oval Office. Things that are on the ballot this November include, but are not … Continue reading Why You Should Exercise Your Right to Vote

The Notorious RBG: Honoring Her Life and Legacy

*Written by Aliya Haddon* If you are or know a woman that has played sports, has her own bank account, has gone to a public undergraduate college/university, or aspires to work at a job despite also wanting kids, you have Ruth Bader Ginsberg to thank.  She is a trailblazer. She is an icon. She is a woman of the law. She is revolutionary.  Ruth passed … Continue reading The Notorious RBG: Honoring Her Life and Legacy