by Maggie Schnieder Illustration by Masha Zhdanova The word “Scientology” has been popping up in headlines across the country and around the world since its creation in the 1950s.
By Kelly Quintana Illustration by Kire Torres The first amendment is all about freedom. Freedom of speech, assembly, press, petition, and of course, freedom of religion. Freedom of religion is
Animation by Arundhati Prasad On March 8, women across the globe celebrated International Women's Day. We honored women for their grit, passion, resilience and contribution to society. Some may say
by Jeanie Lo Good morning your honor, ladies and gentlemen of the jury, my name is Jeanie Lo and it is my privilege to represent my defendant, books, for this
by Maddie Mullen Photo by Maddie Mullen I recently took a trip to the post office to mail a check to my dad. Those are two things that most
Illustration by Alexandra S. Badiu On Feb. 14, a 19-year-old man by the name of Nikolas Cruz walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. and killed 17
By Kristin Munson Marvel Studios Let’s talk "Black Panther." I’ll be upfront and say I never kept up with the comic series or any Marvel series for that matter. I’m
By Jeanie Lo Illustrated by Jennifer Ober The #MeToo movement has moved into the art world, and that’s great news. Sexual harassment, misogyny and sexual abuse have been present in
Photo by Emma Dakin The day SCAD Atlanta career adviser Katherine Mahany came to my writing class, I thought, “I’m a junior still looking for an internship, not a job.”
by Dominique Johnson PBS For decades, there has been a misconception of why historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) exist. As college enrollment continues to increase, the misconception grows stronger.