Tatiana Serafin asks Kanye West and fellow billionaires to care more about being change-makers and less about the size of their wallet.
Stephen Hladik asks who gets to tell history and engrain our collective memory?
Alex Fiorella finds out that “The scariest thing is actually humanity.”
Bedford Hills college student Brittney Austin explains her life changing educational journey and why we need to support college-in-prison programs.
"Dear Puerto Rico, It’s Been a Long Time Coming" writes Gigi Zamora
Abbie Steuhm traces humanity’s fears through the horror film genre (or what we may feel we are living now).
Mary Durocher writes that fashion isn’t a fixated, binary form of self-expression and Harry Styles shows us that all the time.
Amanda "Pand" Milo takes a personal journey to discuss what more we can do to accept those with autism.
Anne Bailey takes a look at terrorism with the view that the Crusades were part of a Catholic history of violence and intimidation.
Claire Hubble writes about the relationship between art and theatre in the early 19th century and calls for a revolution in how we learn about these art forms.
Maya Georgi explains why - especially in a Census year - we need better words to define race, culture and ethnicity.
Amanda Cruz delves into seminal activist history.