By Lauren Grimaldi, Roosevelt University
After being accused of sexual assault, NBA superstar Derrick Rose is still expected to keep his job, his money and his fans.
The Chicago government’s misuse of funding has directly led to poorer communities and an increase in violence.
NBC’s newest sitcom dives into the absurdity of big-box retail.
As a new political era begins, it’s time to give thanks to our current Commander.
The Department of Justice announced it will no longer use private prisons, but what does that mean for our nation’s incarcerated?
What you should know and why you should care.
Sanders’ success did wonders for the popularity of progressive politics. Here’s how to continue what he started.
Sanders fans, ask yourself: What would Bernie really want?
More and more, where you go to college doesn’t matter.
Choosing between your future and your present is hardly a choice college students should have to make.
Both Trump and Clinton have treated the media dismissively, following in Obama’s anti-press footsteps.
In an increasingly volatile political climate, viewers are realizing that while his jokes eased the pain, it was Stewart’s sincerity that the country needed.
By paralleling from “The Simpsons” and avoiding the snares of “Family Guy,” the show has become one of the best on television.
Emboldened by a history of lax discipline, athletes often think they live in a world free of consequences.
The scorched-earth policy is not only anti-democratic, it could lead to a far worse outcome (i.e. a Trump presidency).
Surrounded by idealistic peers with complete freedom of choice, college is the best time to experiment with political engagement.
The three most underrated women in comedy fight for relevance, while Adam Sandler continues to make movies.
It’s important to avoid blindly rejecting or accepting your family’s political stance. Your country depends on it.
Why despite the ubiquity of millennial support for Bernie Sanders, I stand with Hillary Clinton.
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