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Monday, October 3, 2022

Expect, accept discomfort in a society of differing perspectives

This summer, I spent a month working as the office coordinator at a music camp I attended as a child. I was excited to...

Danny reflects on past school year

You know, at the end of each year in college, I say, “This one went by the fastest” – but the school year of...

Hollywood must revive cinematic experience to completely capture audiences

In December 2015, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino rolled out a unique cinematic experience around his new film, “The Hateful Eight.” Prior to its wide release...

Fox news stole my dad

My dad sounds like the Cuban Tucker Carlson, minus the arrogant smirk.

Running from hurricanes in the age of incuriousness

Since ancient times, man has forged explanations for the inexplicable. The ancient Mongolians claimed Earth rested on the back of a giant frog whose...

The Taliban leaves Afghan Women no choice but to abandon their...

In Afghanistan, the definition of “freedom” is now tainted; the basic rights of expression, identity and activity are fading away. The people of Afghanistan do not have the resources to fight back against a Taliban regime that conquered its predecessor in a matter of months.

There is no planet B, unless ‘B’ stands for billionaire

Pari Walter is a sophomore at UM majoring in journalism and a new contributing columnist at TMH. As an aspiring environmental activist, she decided...

We must start demanding more than apologies from politicians for the...

Black people in this country are at a crossroads. After being segregated, marginalized, gentrified and bastardized, how could a simple apology bring joy? It will not. If policymakers continue to take shortcuts through no-action apologies as a way to improve their public opinion and bring in Black voters, minorities in the U.S. will continue to suffer.