A Look at Trump’s Comments on Mexicans

Along his journey through election season, Donald Trump’s campaign remained highly controversial. Now, with the presidential win in hand, Trump’s debated immigration plan will soon unfold. Among his many beliefs, his brash and straightforward claims regarding immigration often targets Mexicans, legal and illegal. His filterless comments are received diametrically: some see his words as offensive […]

Burgers, Bikinis, and Trump’s Pick For Labor: A Match Made in Sexism?

President-elect Donald J. Trump built his campaign on strong and decidedly politically incorrect rhetoric, amassing a reputation as a sexist, homophobic, and xenophobic candidate. While refreshingly honest for some, many Americans felt threatened by his claims, hoping for a more clean-cut cabinet to balance his volatility and brashness. Rather, Trump’s cabinet choices–not surprisingly–carry many of […]

Lost In Translation: When English Isn’t Your Mother Tongue

Photo From: https://static.pexels.com/photos/203237/pexels-photo-203237.jpeg   “I feel like, I’m like a six year old coming to a place where all the adults live.”   By McKenzie Gallagher and Danielle Ely A college education is a privilege that many students often feel lucky to ‘survive’. Can anyone say finals week? Higher education is tough. Chances are, if […]

Why Does America Need Missionaries?

After reading the title you may have questions like: “Why are there missionaries in America? This is a Christian country!” “We send missionaries out. We don’t bring them in.” “Missionaries in America… I’ve never heard of such a thing.” To tell you the truth, I was too. It is reasonable that you question why the […]