Indiana Youth Move Mountains

By Allie Skalnik This article was revised on 4/16/21 and updated to include the Muncie Climate Resiliancy Resolution. It was previously titled, “How Indiana Youth Are Making A Difference In Climate Change”.  Across the globe, climate activism is increasingly being taken up by young people. With Greta Thunberg as arguably the most recognizable face of […]

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  • Defining Greatness in Basketball

    By Weber Morse “(Insert any athlete ever to play a sport) is the G.O.A.T. (Greatest of All-Time).” I bet if you watch sports, you’ve probably heard this many times. Whether it be “experts” or an average Joe, every avid sports fan swears a single player is the G.O.A.T.. When the phrase was birthed, only a […]

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  • University Voices Submission Box

      Our world is changing all the time, and we rely on quality journalism in order to understand it. We want to know what you think! See this week’s prompt and click here for archived prompts. _________________________________________________________________________________ This prompt was submitted by BC2M! @uhsbc2m                 

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  • Lessons Learned from Code.org Founder & CEO Hadi Partovi

    By: Caine Ardayfio This article was originally posted on Medium: Read it Here The Beginnings Nearing the end of 2020, I was lucky enough to interview the co-founder and CEO of Code.org: Hadi Partovi. Code.org is a global non-profit working to expand participation in computer science. Having served over 720 million students with over 1 billion hours of computer […]

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  • The Climate Change Conversation Revisited

    By Allie Skalnik To talk about climate change, we have to first acknowledge the facts. Gases like carbon dioxide, methane, and water vapor are the largest contributors to the greenhouse effect. Now, the greenhouse effect is essential for human life on Earth, as its property of trapping heat on the Earth’s surface means we aren’t […]

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  • The Model Minority Myth

    By Allie Skalnik When people use the phrase ‘model minority’, they are usually referring to a racial minority that is perceived to hold a higher socioeconomic status than other minority groups. But this phrase holds many important connotations as well. In addition to socioeconomic status, it is not uncommon for the perceived privilege of model […]

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