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I don’t need to see black pain

I don’t need to see black pain

by Faith Andrews-O'Neal, Opinion Editor

December 19, 2019

Movies made by and for black people deserve the same sense of empowerment as all other stories.

Adopt appropriate language about adoption

Adopt appropriate language about adoption

by Amy Schaffer, Photo Editor

December 17, 2019

On the surface, adoption terminology like “generosity,” “celebrating” and “forever homes” are unproblematic. In context, they negatively shape the way we think about the subject.

Spend your money through support

Spend your money through support

by Anna Ronan, Design Editor

December 16, 2019

Support pro-LGBTQ+ organizations during Pride.

Climate crisis threatens birds everywhere

Climate crisis threatens birds everywhere

by Iris Roddy, Writer

December 13, 2019

Two-thirds of all birds in North America are at risk of extinction because of global warming.

Paying attention doesn’t have to be scary

Paying attention doesn’t have to be scary

by Rachel Robinson, Opinion Editor

December 13, 2019

Avoiding the news altogether is impossible so you may as well learn about them in their truest and most complete forms.

Important issues demand accurate language

Important issues demand accurate language

by Lily Hart, Editor-in-Chief

December 4, 2019

The urgency of the climate crisis deserves accurate language in the media, and the Guardian has set the precedent.

Protests and politics: Teenagers have earned their right to vote

Protests and politics: Teenagers have earned their right to vote

by Carmon Baker, Web Editor

December 2, 2019

In order to strengthen our democracy, the U.S. should lower the voting age from 18 to 15 to give teenagers to the right to vote that they have earned.

“Frozen 2” just isn’t as good as the original

“Frozen 2” just isn’t as good as the original

by Iris Roddy, Writer

November 30, 2019

Fans of “Frozen” might be disappointed by this sequel.

“Harriet”: The life and legend of an abolitionist, made Hollywood

“Harriet”: The life and legend of an abolitionist, made Hollywood

by Faith Andrews-O'Neal, Opinion Editor

November 25, 2019

Harriet Tubman is a symbol of all we should hope to be; strong, impassioned, resilient, and willing to risk her life for those in need. This movie’s portrayal of that story did not do her justice.

One generation’s actions can transform the stigma surrounding mental health

One generation’s actions can transform the stigma surrounding mental health

by Editorial Board

November 24, 2019

The Dart staff agrees that the actions of one generation can transform the stigma surrounding mental health.

The king of rap now serves the king of kings

The king of rap now serves the king of kings

by Claire Smith, Design Editor

November 1, 2019

What does Kanye love more than Kanye? Jesus Christ. Kanye West presents his pursuit for religious enlightenment through not only a gospel-album but a film as well.

Middle of the Map: The indie genre at its best and worst

Middle of the Map: The indie genre at its best and worst

by Rachel Robinson, Opinion Editor

November 1, 2019

The festival as a whole was both what I expected it to be and full of surprises.