North America

The Barbarians Sacked Washington D.C.

A New Infamous Day in United States History

The following is an opinion piece written by Rado Baarda (editor-in-Chief) and Sofia Quinones-Vilela (Head Columnist North America). The article contains strong language in the way it describes the events of January 6th and those leading up to it. While much can be said about the 2020 election, the true problem for the United States

Lucie Fink: Entrepreneur, Video Producer & Lifestyle Host

Lucie Fink Morris is a New Yorker and an established video producer and lifestyle host, having been featured on The Today Show as a millennial expert when she was only 19 years old. She started her impressive portfolio while she was a student at Johns Hopkins, with content ranging from 30-second stop motion videos to

The Blue Wave Takes Over the Red Mirage

How Mail-In Voting Uplifted the Democratic Party Towards Victory

The 2020 election—a historical event during a historical year—has finally come to an end. After months of advertisements, constant media coverage, and candidate mudslinging—Joe Biden is the predicted winner and soon to be the 46th President of the United States—ending Donald Trump’s one-term presidency. Much like the 2016 Presidential election, everyone in the country and

The Politicization of the Supreme Court

Democrats, Stop Breaking the Political Norms

Ever since the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the nomination of now-Justice Amy Coney Barrett, the Supreme Court’s independence has been under attack. Mainstream Democratic politicians have exclaimed that the now substantial majority of Republican appointees on the country’s highest Court has destroyed judicial neutrality. Court-packing—the process of adding additional justices in order