Carbon emissions are a huge global issue that contribute to climate change. The idea of limiting or offsetting carbon emissions has been discussed and, occasionally, implemented in different ways. The global carbon emissions are still growing each year, though, which … Continue reading Carbon credits need implementation
The Hendrix Class of 2019 will soon walk the stage and receive their diplomas, but that piece of paper will not detail the blood, sweat, tears, and caffeine-powered nights they endured to get it. I met with a few seniors … Continue reading Class of 2019: reflections on senior theses
An interview by Staff Writer Trey Dyer with ABC News Senior Executive Producer Mark Robertson. Questions and answers have been lightly edited for clarity and content. On October 25, Hendrix College awarded the Odyssey Medal to three Hendrix alumni at the Clinton Presidential Center … Continue reading Mark Robertson: From Martin Hall to ABC News
Despite a memorable campaign effort from Democrat Beto O’Rourke, Texas opted last week to re-elect incumbent Republican Ted Cruz. Since 1993, Texas has been known as a predominantly ‘red state’ in Senate elections. Cruz was first elected in the senate … Continue reading Texas Senate race: Cruz takes a narrow victory in a contentious campaign
After Melania Trump’s infamous jacket, one of the latest political fashion statements on the American market is Gerrymander Jewelry—a new company whose commercial made the rounds on social media because it seemed more like an SNL skit than a real … Continue reading Does My Vote Matter?