A legal case involving the Choctaw Tribe and Dollar General poses new challenges in defining tribal jurisdiction and sovereignty
Rather than limit a woman’s freedom to act on behalf of her child, society should make child-rearing a more egalitarian pursuit, which would benefit parents and the child.
Inside the Campaign to Abolish Tuition
Jake Fender voices his opinion on Bernie’s campaign style.
Islamophobia isn’t just increasing in political rhetoric – it’s growing in school environments.
A school district instrumental in the Civil Rights Movement must come to terms with the racial and socioeconomic implications of its recent school closures.
Larry Lessig wanted Americans to “Feel the Nerd” in 2016.
Outsider candidates are fueling unprecedented engagement with the presidential primaries, and student political groups at Yale have been seizing this opportunity.