Canceling Student Loan Debt is the Right Thing to Do
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Canceling Student Loan Debt is the Right Thing to Do

When thinking about what I wanted to write about for my last political column before I graduate, I had no shortage of options—among the war in Ukraine, the proliferation of efforts to restrict the rights of LGBTQ+ youth, and the rising costs of basic necessities things are looking pretty bleak. With graduation just around the…

Should the Supreme Court Lose its Power?
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Should the Supreme Court Lose its Power?

With the recent announcement of United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement and the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, there is a renewed attention on the ideological make-up of the court. Breyer’s retirement does not greatly change the composition of the Supreme Court—as it will still remain tilted in…

Why the Democrats are Destined to Lose in the Midterms
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Why the Democrats are Destined to Lose in the Midterms

It’s no secret that the Democratic Party’s slim majorities in both the House and Senate are in a precarious position with the 2022 midterm elections on the horizon. Coupled with the historical trend of the president’s party virtually always losing ground in midterm elections, the situation is made even more grim for the Democrats by…

The T Should be Free
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The T Should be Free

Following Michelle Wu’s election as the mayor of Boston in early November, a bold policy proposal that would have been considered impossible a few years ago is finally on the agenda—making public transportation free in the City of Boston. Wu spearheaded the idea of a fare-free MBTA back in early 2019 with an ambitious op-ed…

The Pandemic is Helping Workers Recognize Their Power
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The Pandemic is Helping Workers Recognize Their Power

Across the United States, workers have been exercising their power and calling for strikes over wages and working conditions. So far in 2021, 176 strikes have been called, and October in particular has seen a flurry of labor activism, causing #Striketober to trend for weeks. More than 25,000 workers went on strike in October alone,…

A Green New Deal Makes Economic And Environmental Sense
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A Green New Deal Makes Economic And Environmental Sense

Last Tuesday, U.S. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York and Massachusetts’ own U.S. Senator Ed Markey took the ambitious steps to formally reintroduce their signature bill, the Green New Deal. With new Democratic control of both houses of Congress and the White House, it appears as though the most sweeping piece of climate legislation in…

In Order To Deliver Results, The Filibuster Must Go
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In Order To Deliver Results, The Filibuster Must Go

When Americans head to the polls in November of 2022 to cast their votes in the midterm elections, they will surely be pondering a wide range of issues: How did the Democratic Party, upon recently gaining control of the legislative and executive branches, help put food on the table during COVID-19? How did it work…

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