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
Even though he just announced his plunge into the presidential primaries, former Vice President Joe Biden has been the front-runner in the contest, largely because of his durable support from women. And what’s most surprising about that is his record … Continue reading Sorry, not Sorry: The Problem with Joe Biden
Next fall, a criminal justice course will be offered here at Hendrix. Dr. Jay Barth, M.E. and Ima Graves Peace Distinguished Professor of Politics, will be teaching the course. This course differs greatly from other courses offered at Hendrix though, … Continue reading New Criminal Justice Course To Be Offered
Recently, many musicians and actors have taken to Twitter or campaigning to voice their opinions on politics. Entire lists of artists have formally demanded that President Donald Trump stop using their music during his events. A day after the shooting … Continue reading Should Celebrities and Politics Mix?
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?