We’ve all been there. Watching the number of available seats drop for a course you desperately want to take crushes your soul a little. But for some students this stress eases as they advance in class rank; for others, it is ongoing.
The power of storytelling needs no introduction. Stories are the intergenerational links that keep culture alive and transcend our existences beyond the biological reactions that hold us together. Stories make us multidimensional creatures — human in the truest sense.
We’ve all experienced this story before. A businessman comes out from the political dark. He has never held office before, neither local nor national. He has one main policy proposal that encourages a few people to give him a following.
Though it seems like it is in the news quite often, particularly because of the #MeToo movement, sexual harassment is an everyday concern. It is especially a concern for workers in restaurants, cafés and retail, where most employees are young adults.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is unfit to be the Democratic nominee, let alone president. He is a geriatric relic of a bygone era, a candidate that represents stagnancy in an age of political revolutions and upsets.