Non-profit organizations that deal with public engagement, such as museums and zoos, have taken an incredibly big financial hit due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
I reached out to The Communitarian in early March about writing an opinion piece to show my appreciation for DCCC and all of my professors and classmates.
Students often focus on their physical and mental health, but tend to forget to take care of their financial health. Once you start your first job or enroll in college, you begin a financial journey of responsibility.
In the last issue I wrote about the importance of a press free from censorship and dedicated to the truth.
As the new year progresses, everyone is focused on creating a better version of themselves. It’s like hitting the reset button or entering a new chapter of your life. The year starts off like a blank page, just waiting for you to paint it with your memories.
Many people associate the First Amendment with free speech, but they often forget freedom of the press is also protected. What is so essential about a free press that our Founding Fathers included alongside freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly, and the right to petition the government?