Last week, in the latest round of “Survivor: West Wing Edition,” President Donald Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and nominated Mike Pompeo, current CIA director and former Tea Party congressman, to take his place. To fill Pompeo’s post, Trump nominated Pompeo’s deputy, Gina Haspel.
I'm writing today because I am a good student, but I am scared. I'm writing today because in all my time at the University of Michigan, I have believed that my classes follow the tenets of an effective meritocracy where one can be successful if he or she puts in the work.
Every time I log on to my Facebook feed, I usually click on roughly four or five articles from publications like Vox or Politico. They’ve made it easy for me and practically every news consumer to read the news.
Growing up, my family had a lot of different animals, but perhaps one of the most memorable to me was the big ram we called Evander. Evander was a mean old ram and wouldn’t hesitate to let you know it.
My life largely exists within my happy liberal bubble. I am a philosophy and international studies student at one of the world’s leading public universities. I am politically active within the Democratic Party; nearly all of my friends are pro-choice, liberal, feminist Democrats.
In the wake of the tragic mass shooting in Parkland, Fla., a few weeks ago, several major companies have decided to publicly take a stance on the contentious gun control debate. Two major gun sellers, Walmart Inc.