"The reality is that only an informed and empowered public can make the changes that need to be made for a better future—and only the media can give us the information we need to do so. How we select what we read, watch, and listen to determines our course. Let this article be your guide."
Why do we resonate so much with Rome’s Republic––a Republic which barely resembles our own, and a Republic that fractured after a century of civil war and was then diluted to symbolism for the rest of its imperial history? The answer is simple, and it doesn’t just pertain to Rome.
Austinites gathered in front of City Hall on the evening of December 17 in support of President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Demonstrators carrying signs and waving banners flooded the outdoor plaza and the sidewalk, chanting slogans and criticizing the president to the tune of Christmas carols.
An op-ed by Jonah Pierce "Gentrification— It is a word that is tossed around venomously at the first sign of development...
An op-ed about an emerging threat to the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. By Thomas Goldstein, senior at Westlake High School, Lead-Editor of AYAU Journalism.