May 29, 2024

Consumerism and American Covetousness

February 21, 2024 0

The goal of an advertisement is to make you feel like you’re missing something. American society is inundated with ads for everything from appliances to medication to new technology. Commercials have become such a staple […]

Op: Why is Vainglory the Opposite of Hope?

March 24, 2022 0

After looking out from the deck of Sienna’s Palazzo Publico, my cohort and I passed through a chapel and a larger room to the Sala di Nove, where the Siena city council once met. Ambrogio […]

Op: Don’t Touch My Hair

March 23, 2022 0

Before any school year starts, my hair must get done. No exceptions.   In late August, I drove to the nearest African hair salon (which took some research in my new, white, suburban town) and plopped […]

Opinion: It Is Time To Reassess Our End Game

February 23, 2022 0

The nature of our current debate on COVID-19 policy is perfectly captured by the response to D.C Mayor Muriel Bowser’s announcement last November that one of the nation’s strictest mask mandates is to end. A […]

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