Citizens are questioning whether the Mayor has done enough to make housing accessible for D.C. residents
Ian Enright discusses entrepreneurship and teamwork in audio production.
Community members gathered on the day before Easter to celebrate and engage with their neighborhood
The third wave of the opioid epidemic shows steady rise in overdose deaths.
*This story was originally handed in for an in-class assignment Feb. 8, 2019. On Wednesday, Feb. 6, three people were charged with disorderly conduct after refusing to stop protesting during a public meeting at the Montgomery County Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC). Protests were organized by members of the Macedonia Baptist Church and the Bethesda African Cemetery Coalition to fight […]
Today’s topic: The differences in Urban planning in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and Medellín, Colombia. I swear, it’s actually quite interesting, so bear with me!
Welcome to the shitshow. Today I’m gonna point out some stuff that is really, really obvious but still warrants explanation and conversation nonetheless. As you may have heard, the latest antics of the U.S. government and our Border Patrol officers have included locking children in cages, pulling screaming and crying infants from their families while having a […]
Hey everyone! This week I’m giving a brief overview of my experiences and classwork relating to media effects and will focus particularly on Fake News. I haven’t added much on how to spot false media, but there are plenty of articles out there that do this pretty well. During my second semester at American University, […]
Hey everyone! I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here on my WordPress site, I kinda dropped the ball on my idea for a regular blog while I was in Argentina. I have decided to give this site another whirl, what with the whole summer ahead of me and a renewed inspiration […]