We live in a country where, with even a bare amount of effort exerted, access to information regarding a million different issues is readily obtainable. That doesn’t necessitate that any of such information is true, or that subject matters are covered with the attention they deserve.
In the past six months, we’ve all adopted a virtual lifestyle as our new normal. At this point, I can’t even imagine changing out of my pajamas for class, let alone walking uphill for 20 minutes to get to the School of Public Health.
By now, the death of 87-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Sept. 18 has reverberated across hundreds of millions of American homes, leaving many filled with anguish, uncertainty and concern about the state of the highest court in the nation.