Humanity

21 August 2018 Yeah, I’m aware of the fact that my eyes often ache after so many hours of flitting across a computer screen. God—I cry at the notion of my blood thickening to oil, my lungs guarded from luminous night breezes. It is not sunlight that wakes me from subconscious convolutions, but radio waves.… Read the full article

Parkland Students Jaclyn Corin And Alfonso Calderon Visit Montclair High, New Jersey

16 June 2018 According to CBS News, the student-organized March for Our Lives drew more than 200,000 people in D.C., and millions nationwide. The Associated Press called it the largest youth protest since the Vietnam War. Jaclyn Corin is Marjory Stoneman Douglas’s junior class president and an outspoken critic of NRA-funded politicians. Alfonso Calderon is… Read the full article

Trium Perfectum

6 May 2018 We have a height-one of 0.3. So, for the triangle’s legs, it doesn’t really matter if you call the side height-one or height-two. 0.3 times 0.4 equals…yeah. H-2, divide by five. It’s a very small answer, 0.24. But it works. I look out the window, and I cannot imagine the thousands of… Read the full article

Conservative Parkland Student Finds Middle Ground From The White House

11 April 2018 Kyle Kashuv is a junior attending Marjory Stoneman Douglas High. Like other students from Parkland, Florida, he has become a political activist after the tragic shooting on February 14, 2018. And he fights for Americans’ gun rights. After February 14, the student-precipitated Never Again movement gained momentum with the voices of Cameron… Read the full article

“We Are Ruled By The Dead” — A Comprehensive Guide To Gerrymandering

25 March 2018 America has a tendency to be ruled by the dead. Our politicians are not walking and breathing cadavers, but the practices of our government might as well be. Gerrymandering is one such practice; the manipulation of electoral boundaries so as to favor one political party or class. Simply put, no matter where… Read the full article