My last weekend was pretty memorable, to say the least. On Sunday, March 2, I was arrested at the White House while protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. I was part of a mass youth march and peaceful civil disobedience movement called XL Dissent. More than 1,200 people took to the […]
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Over a thousand students from schools across the country took to the streets on Sunday, March 1 and marched from Georgetown University to the White House, protesting the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline. I had the incredible opportunity of being one of them. We marched to the chants of “Hey, Obama, […]Read more ›
There are two types of humor in comedy. The first involves the comedian laughing with the audience while the second involves pointing fingers and laughing at the audience. Junior Show 2014 belonged to the latter category. Like everything related to school spirit this year, it had a Harry Potter theme […]Read more ›