Grace John, Rutgers University
The Oklahoma City University junior is a double threat with his major focus in violin and piano performance.
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Although she’s only a sophomore, Ellinore Folkesson has already made progress on her campus as she fights for social justice with Amnesty International.
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On one hand, the show seems to have a whitewashed cast, but on the other, it covers important adolescent issues.
Fans and contestants have noticed that the entertaining, drama-filled show is actually pretty controversial.
You would have gotten a letter grade higher if it weren’t for the pesky participation points.
She may be one of the world’s most famous women, but was this too far?
With her myriad of impressive internships and her political activism, Alicia Cannon hopes to be a voice for both the LGBTQ+ community and religion.
Activist Jean Chong and other LGBTQ+ individuals voice their concern for the rampant homophobia in Asia, noting that progression is still distant.
Even if English is your least favorite subject, a creative writing course might help you find an appreciation for writing.
While Black Lives Matter protestors are demonized by society, Philadelphia residents were praised for their destructive victory celebrations.
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