The End of the Electoral College?

The Electoral College is closer to death than most people realize. It may seem like the only way to change the US’s peculiar election process is through the Constitution, which would be almost impossible in today’s political environment. However, there’s another path available to those who hope to end the Electoral College. The National Popular …

Where Two Worlds Collide: The Visionary Music of Mild High Club and Little Simz

Both Little Simz’s “SIMBI” and Mild High Club’s “Going Going Gone” diverge from the artists’ previous projects, experimenting with eclectic sounds and building upon the work of important artists from older generations.

The Weight of the World: The Impacts of Media on Olympic Athletes

Because of the new collective consumption of news due to social media and the rise of clickbait and controversy as journalistic tactics, the Olympics have become a pressure test for athletes: either falter and face widespread criticism, or rise to the occasion and become a national icon.

“It is not me, it is the harvest” : Mencius on Economic Development and Sustainability

In front of a pair of hefty fortress gates at the state of Wei, billowing dust obscured the silhouette of an old man. The visitor’s reputation preceded him. He requested an audience with the king. This man was Mencius, from the 300s BCE.