How Many More: Simone Biles says “Me Too” to Assault

By Valeria Bula In a recent string of continuous sexual assault allegations made towards USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, another gymnastic star came out saying, me too. Just as the sentencing for his previous allegations was about to be made, American gymnast Simon Biles came out on Twitter Monday afternoon to make her announcement… Read More How Many More: Simone Biles says “Me Too” to Assault

The 75th Golden Globes Recognizes Harassment and Assault

By Luis Mila “It’s 2018. Marijuana is finally allowed and sexual harassment finally isn’t.” says Seth Meyers, host of the Golden Globe awards this year. It comes to no surprise the war on drugs and social justice movements have been brought to light at yet another awards show. Similarly, political scandals were scrutinized and mocked… Read More The 75th Golden Globes Recognizes Harassment and Assault

How American Cities are Picking Up the Slack with Climate Change

By Devin Dubon Every year an international climate change summit is held on December 12th in Paris, bringing together world leaders from all over the globe. This year, President Donald Trump is not invited. This decision comes after Trump began the process of withdrawing from the Paris Agreement — the global accord signed by nearly… Read More How American Cities are Picking Up the Slack with Climate Change

Cities Around the World are Flooding

By Diana Rodriguez You’ve probably been hearing that global warming melts ice caps since you were in elementary school, but propaganda with sad polar bears isn’t the only thing that these increasing temperatures will bring us. All around the world—Shanghai, Osaka, San Francisco, and our native Miami—over 400 cities are at risk of being underwater… Read More Cities Around the World are Flooding

A Year In Review: The Biggest Stories of 2017

By Devin Dubon 2017 has been a year filled with controversy and tragedy, mass shootings and suicide bombers, political upheavals both domestic and worldwide. Every month has seen dozens of new stories breaking and information being revealed, and the consequence of which is that they are quickly forgotten – receiving only a few days in… Read More A Year In Review: The Biggest Stories of 2017

Roy Moore Lost the Senatorial Election in Alabama

By Daylin Delgado Roy Moore is a 70-year-old, Republican politician and former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Alabama. He currently faces multiple sexual misconduct allegations and the loss of the senatorial seat in Alabama. Staring in November, alongside the Harvey Weinstein allegations, women found the courage to step forward and speak out against… Read More Roy Moore Lost the Senatorial Election in Alabama