The Return of the Walkout: Collective Action in Academia

South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Hong Kong, Finland, United Kingdom, Canada, Netherlands, Ireland, and Poland. What do these nations have in common? They’re all ranked the top ten schools for education while the U.S. ranks 14th. We rank 24th in the world for

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The Chartering of the Inland Empire Socialist Party USA

I was first introduced to the Socialist Party USA (SPUSA) though my college friend Nick W. We went to a Freedom School out in Los Angeles; Jen M. led the event and asked one simple question: when did you become a radical?

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Sorry Centrists: The First Amendment Doesn’t Protect Alt-Right Speech

After the events in Charlottesville, debate has broken out about first amendment rights and fascist, alt-right, neo-Nazi, the KKK, and other white supremacist organizations’ rights to assemble, march, and spread their message. The First Amendment ensures that the government shall make no

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