Our Political Essay: A Retrospective

When we launched Our Political Essay in early 2016, the primaries for the presidential election were more hectic than they’ve ever been before. A Donald Trump presidency at the time seemed very improbable, if not entirely impossible. It was, without a doubt, the most compelling election to launch a publication to cover. Through those months, we had over 20 guest contributors from varying colleges and universities, several editorial board articles, and we were on the ground at the primaries, election night, the inauguration, the Women’s March, and elsewhere. We offered a unique insight into the presidential election that you couldn’t … Continue reading Our Political Essay: A Retrospective

Your Bernie Sanders Meme Is Wrong

As Sanders supporters leave the chaos of New York with heavy hearts, the end of the candidate’s longevity seems to be within grasping distance. Now, one could argue this has been a slow death. The populist took destructive hits on Super Tuesday, and powered on through several more devastating losses. His success in caucuses, while morale building, has proven ineffective in the arena of delegates. Continue reading Your Bernie Sanders Meme Is Wrong