Never underestimate the power of a week off from school. Fall Break gave me just what I needed: an actual break. A few consecutive days where I didn’t have to rush to and from class, try to do homework, and squeeze in time for friends.
Last Wednesday I woke up to the news that I never thought would happen: Donald Trump had been elected President of the United States. I was devastated. I was preparing for the first female president and all the progress that Clinton would have brought to
This past weekend I turned 22. I was lucky enough to celebrate with friends, family, and co-workers. Drinks were had and memories were made. I am a year older and hopefully a little bit wiser. This semester has been a busy one with it being
For the 2016 presidential election, I shimmied all the way to the polls because I am with nasty. I decided to turn in an early ballot for this election and with the swiftness of my black ink pen I bubbled in my choice for president:
THE TIME IS NOW Perhaps more than ever before, adulthood is bringing forth a critical right of passage: sometimes what a person wants to do is the farthest thing from what they must. Sometimes it’s a frivolous inconvenience. Other times, it can be the difference
A last-minute press pass allowed for myself and two of my fellow Sentry staff editors to cover the Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders rally for Hillary Clinton on Sunday night in the Tivoli Turnhalle. Covering this event quickly became one of the highlights of my
After last week’s debate, I heard a new term floating around social media: manterrupting. This word by definition means “an unnecessary interruption of a woman usually by a man.” This word was coined a few years ago, but became a topic of discussion after Trump
A night that will go down in presidential debate history occurred on Monday, Sept. 26, 2016. For the first time Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were face-to-face debating the issues that affront America. This is the first debate in a series of three before the election
Over the summer I helped some family friends move across the country. In the middle of all the chaos it seemed like the list of things to do prior to the move only got longer, and once the trek finally happened, the list only doubled.
Hillary Clinton sat down with Humans of New York mastermind Brandon Stanton last week to discuss being a woman in politics specifically. During her interview she talked about being a woman in a position of leadership. Despite your political views, we can all find value