Education

Critical Race Theory is Critical to Our Continued Understanding of Societal Injustice

Donald Trump recently issued a directive to end diversity and inclusion training that uses critical…

Students vs. the Shutdown: The Unheard Voices of the COVID Generation

Over the summer, the members of my high school’s debate club Zoomed in from countries…

Reading is Essential to Political Power

The ability and willingness to read has always enabled upward social mobility. Reading is a…

Navigating the College Experience During a Pandemic

In all honesty, having Covid derail my senior year wasn’t a fun experience. No prom,…

Southlake Carroll School District Gets an “F” in Racial Equity

This country is experiencing a long overdue reckoning. George Floyd’s murder seemed a tipping point,…

COVID-19 canceled public meetings for the largest school board bond in state history. We still need community voices.

I knew 2020 would be a significant year: the decennial census, critical primaries, and a…

Adaptation

Mr. Jeffries Staff-meetings are the absolute worst. It seems as if they are more for…

Thriving Through Trauma: The Power of Social and Emotional Learning

Imagine if you will a whirlwind of children laughing, cheering, jeering and screaming with mobile…

Future of Design

When you think of design what comes to mind? What are the results? Although well…

Coach Freddie James of the legendary Carter High | The Sports Preacher

My interview with the Legendary Coach of Carter High (ESPN 30 for 30 “What Carter…

Black People Are Not Surprised that Wealthy White Parents are Paying Millions for Their Kids To Go To College. We are Surprised You’re Surprised.

When the news dropped that fifty people, including actresses Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin, where…

Why Edward Blum is No Friend to Asian Americans

Harvard University recently announced a record proportion of Asian American undergraduate students in its admitted…