“We’ve made such huge steps in progress; of all things to send us spiraling backwards, this election is where America falls to pieces? One clown sitting in the oval office versus another? That’s what sinks us?” … More Banning Communication
“You jump on a computer, and you are able to sit and just explore…As far as I’m concerned, hacking is getting used to your environment.” … More Hackers in High School
“It’s scary because you have to know that explosion went somewhere. We were hearing them blow each other up.” … More Family Ties to Israel Allows Epstein to Tackle Refugee Ban First-hand
“There is a very big problem in America now; I would argue his name is not Donald J. Trump.” … More When Life Gives You Oranges, Vote
“It sends the message to them that I’m just doing the for a number.” … More Do Students Volunteer Only to Meet Quotas and Fill Resumes?
When female representation is in short supply, justice-seeking members of society rush to fix it, but their impatience ends up creating something without real worth or value. … More What Counts As Representation?
“We have created a world for ourselves where we cannot fail. And in a world where failure is banned, discovery is just too much to risk.” … More Standard of Perfection
“The argument has been Brough to the forefront of cinematography discussion: Can remakes compete with original content?” … More Repetitive Failings of Hollywood
It’s beautiful to think that the day thousands of people were slaughtered wasn’t actually what made 9/11 part of history, but rather the years that followed. It wasn’t the wound, it was the healing. … More History is Made as Disasters Fade
Your mind was meant to take breaks. You were meant to have mental settings other than “on” and “sleep.” You were meant to have somewhere you could do something magical. … More Small Spaces
“A major reason why most of that was gotten rid of was to prevent teaching students (that) America was the hero.” … More Foreign Students Reveal Nation-Based Bias