Greenbelt, MD—and Our Country—Needs Young People to Vote

Democracy

It doesn’t seem that long ago that I was tagging along with my parents as they went to cast their ballots at our local elementary school gym. At that time, elections didn’t mean much more than a trip back to
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My College Has Access to Reproductive Care—But We’re Lucky

Health Care, Women

I focused on politics solely through the lens of my major. I traded in my passion for advocacy, for a focus on my social and academic life. And then, just as my sophomore year was wrapping up, one news cycle in particular jolted me out of my complacency.
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Congress Should Repeal the Ban on Pell Grants

Criminal Justice Reform, Student Debt

All people who are incarcerated in state and federal prisons—regardless of why or for how long they are in prison—should once again be able to access Pell Grants, so that they can better the lives of themselves and their families.
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