Gabrijela
Skoko
Wednesday, May 20, 2020 - 7:52pm

This year I battled with psychosis and my clinical depression and it changed my life. I was confronted with some of my darkest demons. I felt out of touch with reality and my identity. Illusions and sensations became so terrifyingly vivid that my ability to function in everyday life had been disrupted. 

Wednesday, May 20, 2020 - 7:46pm
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Past years have proven that there is no blueprint to winning the presidential election. The election season never fails to surprise us. Even though it is understandably early in the presidential campaign calendar, there are notable measures we should take before walking into the voting booths in November. 

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020 - 6:55pm

In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and the recent racially charged discrimination towards the Asian-American community due to the COVID-19 pandemic, below are several crucial, historical AAPI figures who have shaped America today. Many have used their outlets of entertainment, sports, activism and personal experiences to shape the world for many Asian Americans today and paved the way for racial and ethnic equality. 

ANNA MAY WONG

Sunday, May 17, 2020 - 6:49pm
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Tuesday, May 12, 2020 - 6:58pm
Kadouh's Traditional Lebanese Breakfast

I share these two classic Lebanese breakfasts recipes hoping you are able to feel connected to something; whether that be yourself, the people you shared the meal with, or the Lebanese culture. With luck, the time spent making and enjoying these dishes will allow you to make new discoveries about your identity or those of others. These recipes are intended to feed four people and can be enjoyed with sides of vegetables, cheese or eggs and meat. Arabic tea is commonly served at breakfast. Sahtein!

Tuesday, May 12, 2020 - 6:36pm
Aakash Ray's interpretation of America's flawed educational system and the indoctrination of minority subjugation.

Aakash Ray's interpretation of America's flawed educational system and the indoctrination of minority subjugation.

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 - 4:28pm
From left to right: Nando Felten, Darrell Tubbs, Kingsley Enechukwu and Kendall Van Allen (not pictured) are the founders of Building Successful Bridges.

Societal consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic have entirely altered the world of academia. This speaks to the way of life for all students, but particularly students of color and underrepresented students with fewer resources to accomplish their educational goals, or even go to class. However, these racial and class disparities in education are present throughout all of history, and yet there exists no functioning resolution within the institution.

Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - 6:52pm
columnist art

We often cross paths but do not speak I do not know him, but understand my brother is not my enemy I do not know of his pain, but simply know that it exists So we nod 

We understand that no one cares for your two cents, when they look through you as if you missin’ two-fifths 

Understand that our streets will poor out two more fifths for our sons and daughters today, 

But we didn’t put these liquor stores here