By Phillip Bugajski, Loyola University Chicago
By charting and capturing every murder scene in the city for a year, Amy Berbert is bringing visceral awareness to the city’s deadly problem.
What’s that saying about something happening to people who don’t study the past?
Six things you need to know about Emmanuel Macron and the future of France.
Diversity of perspective is a critical part of college, but not when it comes to empirical knowledge.
Take it from someone who’s done a lot of writing in the last few months—you’re going to want to read this.
Tanaka and his organization have been critical in combatting the ‘single-story narrative’ of illegal immigration, especially at Harvard.
This list is twice as critical if you’re reading it at 2 a.m. in a deserted library.
For instance, salad ceases to be a salad when bacon, ranch and cheese are added.
Allen’s inflammatory remarks on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’ prove that he still is a tool man.
The Republicans’ newly proposed plan promises increased choice and lower prices, but theorists predict otherwise.
Through her company, Got Strings, the James Madison University junior teaches budding musicians and provides live music for wedding and other events.
The president plans to fund the $54 billion increase by cutting programs such as the EPA and foreign aid.
Everyone listened to terrible music in middle school, but there’s a reason to revisit that My Chemical Romance album in college.
Enforcing gun regulations is key, but not the ones you think.
Price works with student activists, faculty and police to find protest solutions and transform her school into a sanctuary campus.
When Netflix began dropping entire seasons of material at a time, they unwittingly changed the way shows would have to be written.
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