Trump’s campaign and victory in the 2016 presidential election highlighted deep divisions in our “united” states. One such division is over our country’s healthcare system. Should we follow the examples of countries like the UK, France, Canada, and Switzerland and push for a universal healthcare system? Or should we return to the “good old days” … More Pulse Check on Healthcare: The Breakdown of All Your Healthcare Concerns
What a week. While grieving the death of 15-year-old Jordan Edwards at the hands of police, we received notice that justice will not be served in the case of Alton Sterling who was shot by police in Baton Rouge last summer. We were then updated that the officers involved in Jordan’s death gave a false … More Black Lives & Deadly “Little” White Lies
Without a doubt, 2016 was the year that forced our playlists to stay woke. As racial tensions rose last year, socially and poltically conscious rap found itself yet again fighting for its resounding voice within hip-hop. It became almost impossible for many rappers not to address the issues going on within their communities. Trust and believe … More The Year that Forced our Playlists to Stay Woke
Ever catch yourself walking down the block in your neighborhood reminiscing on what it used to be and side-eying all the new cafes, restaurants and shops that’ve popped up? Ever then catch yourself later hitting up that coffee shop to get some work done or grab a snack after a long day? We, as people … More Gentrification: Critic or Culprit?