Oregon Primaries Provide Hope

By Dom Belcastro|May 22, 2018

The relationship between people and politics in the US continues to warp as public figures expose their own corruption and depravity. At the same time, survivors, like the Parkland students and the women of Tarana Burke’s #metoo movement, organize against

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How Do Students Spur Change? PT 1

By Dom Belcastro|May 22, 2018

“What am I going to do with my life?”   Students of all ages and credit levels often ask this while they pursue a degree. The process of secondary education, in a perfect world, would definitively answer this question and

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Volunteer! (With the Red Cross)

By Ben Dahl|May 6, 2018

“The Red Cross is, in technical terms, a quasi-governmental agency. In people terms, the government funds us, we allocate the money where we need it, within certain guidelines, and volunteers make us function.” Hope said when I asked for some

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