I embrace my quiet side. But when I need to, I can morph into beast mode.
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Danielle Olson is getting her PhD in electrical engineering and computer science at MIT. She’s also a black female activist. So what is it like being a minority of a minority at one of the most elite schools in the country?
My mom was 21 when she got pregnant with me. She had to grow up faster than her peers, and take on a huge responsibility. Probably 10 years too early.
When I was eight, I crossed the border using my cousin’s papers.
Rather than requiring you to go back to school in order to understand what’s up with Trump’s education plan, we’re breaking down some of the concepts in order to keep the big picture in focus.
Bobby Brooks, a junior at Texas A&M, is a trailblazer for the university and its culture.
When you hear the word “privilege,” you might picture a super rich person wearing a tuxedo and eating caviar for breakfast. But it’s not just the “one percenters” who have privilege. Privilege is tied to your race, class, sexual orientation, gender identity, nationality, immigration or health status.
In the wake of the news that the NEA is on the chopping block, we reached out to groups across the country that had received grants in 2016 from the organization who serve youth.
In the podcast this week, we tackle the state of transgender rights. Where do we stand? What has changed? And how do young people feel about it?
Recently, commentator Sierra Fang-Horvath participated in a school-wide diversity exercise that revealed more than she ever expected.