Saturday, November 12th · 1pm · 1 Pierrepont Plaza, Brooklyn, NY "Fuck Hillary!" That's what I heard shouted out of a truck in front of Hillary Clinton's headquarters at two female volunteers from the campaign. The women didn't even flinch. They were focused on moving everything from their desks to their cars. Hillary had lost.... Continue Reading →
Nicole Stratis is a Environmental Policy major at Champlain College. This is what she saw in the beautiful world of Bhutan.
I didn’t really date in high school. Social awkwardness and sarcasm as a defense mechanism doesn’t exactly equate to teenage boys falling all over you. By the time I was a junior I’d kissed exactly two people (one was for a school play) and been on a grand total of four dates. So when a senior... Continue Reading →
I was almost two years old when my family immigrated from Phnom Penh, Cambodia to New York. My mom and dad came to America and worked in the city doing odd jobs at first and then as maids, janitors, and engineers. When we first came here we shared a small two-bedroom apartment with my grandma,... Continue Reading →