As mandates lift and everything returns to normal, here’s some things I hope we keep from our pandemic year, and some things I’m happy to see go.
The Troops Are Coming Home
President Biden has announced that he plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan this year. But instead of feeling any strong way about it, I mostly feel confused.
House Bill 1218: “Saving American History” or Silencing American Voices?
The State of Arkansas General Assembly will soon be considering House Bill 1218, which could put schools at risk of losing funding if they have classes or activities that “promotes division, resentment of, or social justice for any race, gender, political affiliation, social class or particular class of people.”
The Capitol Insurrection: What Came Before And After
In the very first week of 2021, the whole world watched as a group of radical, right-wing domestic terrorists walked into the Capitol building of the United States.
Biden’s Elected. What’s Next?
The Associated Press declared Joe Biden the president-elect last Saturday. But the battle isn’t over yet.
Election Questions Answered
Election Day was yesterday, and as we wait for the final results, here are some answers to questions young voters might have.
An Impostor Among Us: Politicians Are Not Your Friends
Last week, U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez played Among Us on Twitch with several popular streamers. While I enjoyed the stream, I’m worried about the implications.
A-State Chair of College Republicans on the 2020 Presidential Election
A-State Chair of College Republicans Noah Hanes speaks about the 2020 presidential election.
A-State Young Democrats President on the 2020 Presidential Election
A-State Young Democrats President Macy Walker speaks about the 2020 presidential election.
Amy Coney Barrett: Hot Tips To Know
Here are some things to know about Amy Coney Barrett and the Supreme Court Justice hearing process.