The Civil Rights Movement is a big part of Black history. The Civil Rights Movement was about the right to be treated equally and to vote without being oppressed. But those battles are not finished.
Digital collages created by Bridge Design & Illustration students.
Q&A: Tutoring Through The Pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered routines and quarantined millions of people at home. For kids and adolescents, this has disrupted their in-person education. Pratham Dalal recently spoke to Collen Schoenthal, a tutor at Dublin High School about how she has adjusted her tutoring style during this time.
Music Video Moodboards
Moodboards for the album “To Whom It May Concern” by RYL.
2020 Still Deserves A Hot Girl Summer
Politics, pressure, school, killings, and now a pandemic. The year 2020 has brought upon us a new awareness of the value of life. Even in the midst of all this, there have also been flashes of hope.
Bullboy: A Fitness Story
Advice for those trying to keep fit during quarantine.
Q&A: Playing Music Through A Pandemic
With the closure of live performance venues in the age of coronavirus, many musicians have found themselves struggling to stay afloat.
We Need To Protect Black Women
The American system has failed Black girls and Black women, including Black trans women. Studies have shown that Black girls, women, and non-binary folks are more vulnerable to abuse, and Black women are killed at a higher rate than any other group of women. Here are some other ways you can use your voice to help protect Black women and enact change.
How To Make Your Home Environmentally Friendly
Why (and how) to make your home more environmentally friendly.
Music Video Storyboards
Storyboards of songs from the album “To Whom It May Concern” by RYL.