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The Perils of Polarization

The Perils of Polarization

May 1, 2019

With an organized start to fixing the polarization that occurs in our society, I believe it will inspire private conversations of the same depth.

It Memes A Lot to Me

It Memes A Lot to Me

April 24, 2019

By Katie Morris Today, memes are the easily identifiable backbone of millennial internet culture. Angry Arthur, Tea Kermit, Sarcastic Spongebob and Yodelling Kid are all memes that united the inter...

The Climate is Changing and So Must We

The Climate is Changing and So Must We

April 10, 2019

We have power as consumers and voters to normalize plant-based diets, to discourage plastic use and to shame politicians that are not doing their absolute best to combat this earth-sized dilemma.

Dementia in Modern Media

Dementia in Modern Media

April 3, 2019

For the sake of caregivers and all of the world, let’s get the story right.

Act Your Age, Read Your Age

Act Your Age, Read Your Age

March 13, 2019

Adults are reading, though, and that’s all fine and well –– but their choice in books are crippling the market for adult fiction.

Do We Need Art in Our Lives?

Do We Need Art in Our Lives?

March 6, 2019

I have learned so much through my time in theater including practical technical skills and creative problem solving.

The Right Can’t Meme

The Right Can’t Meme

February 20, 2019

"Memes are internet currency, and the right is currently bankrupt."

The End of the American Dream

The End of the American Dream

February 13, 2019

While deregulation and economic self-interest have resulted in unprecedented economic growth and increased productivity, they have also carried few benefits for the vast majority of Americans.

Catholic Schools Need Better Sex Ed

Catholic Schools Need Better Sex Ed

February 6, 2019

I wish Catholic schools would make it easier for their students to understand sex and how to do it safely and enjoyably.

Anti-Social Media

Anti-Social Media

January 30, 2019

Instead of wasting time on social media, you should allot a specific amount of time in the day to use it.

Women in Politics

Women in Politics

January 23, 2019

By Helen Stevenson Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand and Tulsi Gabbard are all running for president in 2020: an unprecedented amount of women so early in the election cycle. Being ...

A Century of Excellence at The Ram

A Century of Excellence at The Ram

December 5, 2018

I hope future generations of Ram writers look back to what we did and feel we made the best sense of everything as we could. More importantly, I hope those future generations get to enjoy the bond we’ve been so fortunate to share.

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