By: Jordan Martin Fast fashion is an industry that attempts to produce the most amount of clothing for the lowest price possible. In 2021, trends cycle exceptionally quickly and need to be kept up with by not only consumers, but … Continue reading Fast Fashion: The Inconvenient Truth
By Liela Hafshejani Cultural Appropriation cul·tur·al ap·pro·pri·a·tion noun the unacknowledged or inappropriate adoption of the customs, practices, ideas, etc. of one people or society by members of another and typically more dominant people or society It is a controversial topic … Continue reading Cultural Appropriation
Its no secret that 2020 was a crazy year for everyone, and it is important that we all do our part to social distance and keep everyone safe. Well today Adrian Duah-Menash speaks on some of the ways some people may not be doing their part–the shortcoming of Covid. Continue reading THE COVID SHORTCOMING
This week staffer Nicole Chedraoui dives into the world of underage marriage. You may be surprised to know that in some places in the US kids can get married at as young as 12 years old. Today, Nicole speaks on why that is problematic. Continue reading Underage Marriage: How Soon Is Too Soon?
There are some problems that are unfortunately not being covered by the US news, the ongoing crisis in Nigeria being one of them. The Herald’s own A’Breya Young speaks on the crisis in Nigeria, and how to end SARS. Continue reading What’s Happening in Nigeria
Earth’s evil twin sister Venus has a secret lurking in it’s clouds, and the Herald’s own Jazlyn Moock is here to tell us all about it. Jazlyn tells us the fate of our future if the suspected Arial colony is in fact a reality. Straight out of a Sci-Fi movie amirite? Continue reading Earth’s Hot Sister Planet Has a Secret Lurking in Its Clouds
The Herald’s Jazlyn Moock dives into the hardships of being Transgender, and how virtual learning can take a toll on the Trans community. Continue reading Dear Trans Students, We Love You
The Herald’s Nicole Chedraoui discusses the tragic passing, life and legacy of Chadwick Boseman, a real-life superhero. Continue reading Chadwick Boseman: The Life and Legacy of a Real-Life Superhero
We decided to show our readers what it was like to not be concerned at all about COVID-19—not even two months ago. Continue reading Coronavirus 101: What You Need to Know (What It Was Like to Not Be Worried)
A.K.A. how slavery left a mark on black American culture that isn’t going away anytime soon, if ever. Continue reading Returning to Your Roots: Just How Important Was Ghana’s Year of Return?
What in the world is going on with the US and Iran? As writer Twumasi Duah-Mensah explains, “forget about everything that happened. You won’t be able to understand any of it if you don’t understand what the US wants to do in the Middle East.” Continue reading US Airstrikes on Iran—The China Factor
Here’s an explanation of the UN’s December conference on climate change, one of the most widely-discussed issues of 2019. Continue reading What You Should Know About the UN Climate Change Conference