“Theater has introduced me to new stories and people and has made me feel good about myself. It makes me feel like I’m portraying messages that the public should hear. It’s a very positive environment where I feel like like I can evoke change, especially with the plays that have important concepts.” – Theodore Yu, ’20 Continue reading Theodore Yu
Election night in America was a very unexpected and shocking one that caused a variety of reactions all across the board. Donald Trump, as of December 14, has won 306 electoral votes and Hillary Clinton has won 232 electoral votes. However, Hillary was able to garner the majority of the popular vote by 2,833,220 votes. On election night, every state seemed to be in contention––especially … Continue reading Why Did Everyone Get it Wrong? A Before and After Look at the Election
In the wake of the election, many voters were frustrated by the results of the election and have been actively criticizing the system and the candidates. Some are searching for ways to work around the outcome and are looking towards the Electoral College as a way out of the situation that the country is in. This raises the question: can the Electoral College … Continue reading The Electoral College: Can they Overturn the Results of the Election?
In Honolulu, Hawaii, giant pandas were officially removed from the list of endangered species on Sunday, September 4. These creatures were instead moved to the list of species that are vulnerable to extinction which means that while the giant panda population is still in trouble, they are not as close to extinction as they were before. Giant pandas were first declared endangered in … Continue reading Giant Pandas no Longer Endangered