Keep Hamilton, Ditch Jackson
Replacing Hamilton, the Treasury’s foremost founding father and an emblem of national unity, inclusion, and prosperity, represents an affront to his achievements and legacy. At the same time, continuing to feature Andrew Jackson—widely criticized today for his racist policies and opposed to a strong central banking system—on the $20 bill suggests the comparative value of his perspective and achievements.
Sunaina Danziger | November 27, 2015
In Defense of the Christian Right
While it is easy to attack people like Kim Davis, it is important to realize the profoundly difficult situation America's Christian Right is currently in.
Jack Whitfield | November 11, 2015
Preserving the Forum
The desire to censor derives from an inherent disrespect— for an idea, but also for the person promoting that idea.
Rachael Hanna | November 10, 2015
Running Through the Pain
Running any distance at any speed fights stillness and monotony, and it hurts. But running is also proving that you are more than your body, that you can overcome hurt and loss.
Elizabeth Melampy | November 9, 2015
HPRgument: The Third Republican Debate
HPR writers analyze the night's happenings, from the strained relationship between moderators and candidates to the policies they discussed.
Christopher Cruz, Evan Bonsall, Sal DeFrancesco, Jullian Duran, Joshua Florence, Justin Curtis, Sienna Nielsen, Ashim Vaish and Angela Yi | November 5, 2015
Art for Art’s Sake
Exploring the challenges of a career in art