Legislation poised to undermine gay rights history has few benefits

Bill that would complicate process of granting local landmark status suspiciously feels like effort to block recognition of gay rights history


Admitting racist past is America’s first step towards justice

History of denial impedes potential improvement of race relations in U.S.


Women, people of color dominate nominations for 60th annual Grammy Awards

SZA has received five nominations, more than any other woman this year


UW classes that center around societal shortcomings should encourage protest involvement

While other classes can easily implement hands-on experience in connection to their field, some classes that discuss abstract social concepts fall short

Study Abroad

From 4,200 Miles Away: History isn’t always red, white and blue

Basic facts are often warped by the country stamped on the historian's passport


UW art student connects personal experiences with ancestral background in latest exhibit

Through the use of jewelry, metals art student shows in-depth glance into history


Every UW student should take an American history course

Having a required class about the history of oppression in our country is essential for creating a brighter future


From 4,200 Miles Away: Preparing for the inevitable fall of the American Empire

As history has proven time and again, no arrogant civilization, no matter how powerful, can survive


Seven famous beefs between rappers

Looking back at hip-hop's most famous beefs after Drake called out Pusha T and Kid Cudi