It was 6:30 am on Monday. Following my natural habit, I pulled my phone out and snoozed the alarm. Since I was already up, I looked on social media. I started scrolling down videos on Facebook and then I jumped on to my newsletter app.
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All my life, I have been plagued with being told that I am “not really black.”
When the plane I boarded in London landed back in Chicago on July 29, it was as bittersweet a moment as any.
Beyond the murky glass streaked with dust, about 12 feet from the door, was a dry erase board that sat leaning against the wall.
On my first day at Ball State University, I was alone. I didn’t know anyone. I had no lifeline, no rope to cling to.
‘Master of None’ has something for everyone, and whether life imitates art or art imitates life doesn’t matter.
Welcome to the world of the living dead, a place where those infected resign to a measly existence of life, trapped in a trance, starring blankly at their smart phones as they shuffle along.
The Daily News first spoke to Summit when they were campaigning to be the next Student Government Association slate. That was over a year ago, when Summit began with 17 platform points.
Registering for classes shouldn’t be a stressful experience. Yes, there is some stress in choosing your classes. You have to make sure you have the right amount of credits to graduate, but at the same time you shouldn’t be losing sleep over it.
The treatment of gays across the world is awful. In some places, it is even deadly. People are being killed and tortured and I think it is not getting the attention that it deserves.
Imagine having a massive secret that only one person knew about and then having them spill the beans to a group of people. Now imagine having a secret come out that isn’t only told in front of a group of people, but to millions of viewers on national television.
As someone who struggles with depression and has had suicidal thoughts, I know that watching this show would trigger me and send me spiraling because of the graphic nature of the suicide scene.
If you could change one thing about yourself what would it be? I bet you’re thinking something superficial. Maybe it’s your hair, eye color, height or the most common answer: your weight.
Body insecurities are not a part of the Struggle Olympics. We are not competing with each other to see who suffers more in a society obsessed with bodies.
For probably the first and only time, I find myself almost agreeing with Trump. The Syrian airstrikes were not a bad thing. The Assad regime needed to know that chemical weapons will not be tolerated.
Mikey Higgins is a junior animation major and creates "Ball State of Mind" for the Daily News.
You never know what is going on in someone’s life, you never know the hurdles they’re jumping through, and you do not know what is going on deep down in their soul.
Our government serves the interests of the wealthy. Corporate lobbyists, massive campaign donations and a revolving door between Washington and Wall Street has turned our system from a democratic republic to a plutocracy.
We need to put better people into office. Campaigns need our help, they can’t win alone.