What You Should Know About Gaza

The argument that Gaza is not an American concern because it does not affect the public directly can be put to bed as a New York crowd in Times Square gathers to protest the atrocities happening in Gaza this very moment. What You Need To Know About What Is Happening in Gaza: What Triggered this […]

Hark, Potter Fans!

The world of Harry Potter is going to hit the big screens again! Feel free to squeal uncontrollably, Potterheads. This particular film will be about Newt Scamander, “author” of Harry’s textbook, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Now, the movie won’t have Harry or even his parents in it (feel free to cry); it’s […]

One Year of Marriage Equality in New York

Tomorrow, on Tuesday, 24th July 2012, New York will celebrate a year of marriage equality – the first anniversary of the city’s legalization of gay marriage. New York is the sixth state in the US to (finally!) give gay couples the right to wed legally. A record 659 couples tied the knot on this day […]

Bus Monitor Bullying Reveals a Deeper Problem with Our Society

By now, most people have heard the story of the bus monitor in Greece Central School District in New York who was bullied by four seventh graders. The bus monitor, an older woman by the name of Karen Klein, was taunted by these four students during a bus ride in which they largely made fun […]