Month: June 2017

The Paradox of Compulsory Voting

American culture values freedom above all else. We hold dearly the freedom to speak, to worship, and to own private property. Perhaps the most important democratic freedom is our freedom to vote. As we currently interpret it, this implies a freedom not to vote. But should it?

Shakespeare: To Modernize It, Or Not To Modernize It?

Many young people assume Shakespearean plays are boring, unfamiliar, and difficult to understand. However, when teenagers are exposed to Shakespeare’s works in interesting, interactive ways, they may find that his works are still accessible and relatable to the youth of today.