Articles by Iriana Rucker


Bloomberg Exposed

This article was written before Bloomberg dropped out of the Democratic running. How often do you hear transphobic language being thrown around? How often do you as a cisgendered person ignore these comments because they do not “concern” you? Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg an alleged LGBTQ+ ally has found himself under fire for his insensitive…


All the Small Things

What lens do you see the world around you through? How might your life be different if you were someone else? This is a question thought by many people of different backgrounds all over the Earth. Regardless of what may be believed by some life is different for everyone because of specific ways that they…


Poetic Justice and 90s Hip Hop

Contrary to generation Z’s beliefs, poetry existed before Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey. Poetry is so much more than those three sonnet that everyone was force fed in their high school English classes. Poetry is, in many ways, an exciting artform that evokes emotion, diversity and beauty through its various styles and the pure creativity…


Black History Month In Review

Black history Month, a time of celebration or controversy? The month of February has solemnly come to a close, and so goes this years celebrations of black history. This year’s black history month has been a rollercoaster. In fact, Don Lemon and Trevor Noah go as far as labeling February 2019 as “the worst Black…

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