This year, we watched our country condemn Brock Turner and then elect an alleged rapist for president in a span of less than six months.
During the election, journalists wrote that covering President-Elect Donald Trump created a conflict between their obligations of accuracy and balance.
In the aftermath of a historic and surprising election outcome, Americans have come forth with a plethora of explanations for the seemingly inexplicable.
As any woman can tell you, we are constantly caught in a catch-22 of gender inequality.
I rode the RIPTA downtown Nov. 8 wearing a white shirt (to salute suffragette pioneers) to vote in my first presidential election
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, “there have been at least 700 cases of hateful harassment or intimidation since the election.”
In the hours before dawn Nov. 9, I walked to where I could see the Providence skyline and looked out at a country I wasn’t sure I recognized.
“Doctor Strange” is not the first instance of Hollywood whitewashing, nor will it be the last.
“I’m terrified by the America we might wake up to after Election Day,” I wrote in a Facebook post after polls put Trump ahead in Florida and Ohio.
On college campuses, the dichotomy between the introvert and extrovert has become a prevalent force in explaining preferences in social behaviors.