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5 Reasons to Apply to the New York Women in Communications Scholarship Program
College / High School

5 Reasons to Apply to the New York Women in Communications Scholarship Program

  Last April, I got the incredible opportunity to attend the Matrix Awards, an annual awards ceremony that honors groundbreaking women in communications. As a New York Women in Communications scholarship winner, I was honored alongside over 20 other amazing women. It was an amazing experience and since then, winning the scholarship has given me … Continue reading

Trump Filed a Complaint to Stop Michigan’s Vote Recount. Here Are the Highlights.
In The News / Lifestyle / politics

Trump Filed a Complaint to Stop Michigan’s Vote Recount. Here Are the Highlights.

In the past several days, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein raised money and filed papers for vote recounts in Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin (all swing states). As a candidate, Stein had the standing to bring the results into question, and these states provided crucial electoral votes that solidified Trump’s electoral win, even as Clinton maintains … Continue reading

Pence & Hamilton: An American Distraction
In The News / LGBTQ+ / Lifestyle

Pence & Hamilton: An American Distraction

Last Friday, Vice President-elect Mike Pence took time from his busy schedule (which this author can only imagine consists namely of monitoring his running mate’s Twitter use) to see the pop culture phenomenon that is Hamilton: An American Musical. The cast took notice and Brandon Victor Dixon (aka Aaron Burr) addressed Pence personally: “We, sir, we … Continue reading