I am a first-generation Mexican-American college student, so navigating my identity has always been a challenge. But I never realized how exhausting it was until I was accepted to MSU.
I attended my PWI not to feel less black, but to get scholarships and to be in a journalism program that is highly accredited. I didn’t know my college choice revoked my black card.
The Spartans were humbled a bit at Mackey Arena Sunday afternoon, with a crowd that was raring to go before the opening tip.
Our university was making headlines left and right for its involvement in the Larry Nassar scandal. Everyone in the newsroom was working harder than ever to cover his sentencing and the many changes and resignations in the administration.
What defines feminism? Is it the increasingly large amount of social media users urging their followers to "fight the patriarchy?"
Both Democrats and Republicans view themselves as the morally right and passionate party and we should not grant leeway to one group over the other based on subjective views.
The evocative language used by Michigan Democrat Rep. Rashida Tlaib to encourage the impeachment of President Donald Trump during Tlaib’s speech caught the attention of many news publications across the nation.
Upon further reflection, it struck me how relatable "The Bold Type" was to real-life journalism. I present to you five lessons I learned from the women of the show.