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Spring is in the air!

Spring is in the air!

Gina Jean-Pierre CSMS Magazine You’re too busy to notice. The crape myrtles are back, refreshingly real. Last year, no one seemed to pay attention. We were all trying to survive COVID. While the pandemic is still very much here, some of us are back...
The stimulus package is finally signed

The stimulus package is finally signed

CSMS Magazine After weeks of maneuvering, Congress has finally signed the package, paving the way for the much-needed relief for millions of Americans who are on the verge of losing their homes. A vote of 220 to 211 last night sealed the Dems’ victory...
Elizabeth Warren and other lawmakers ask President Biden to forgive student loans

Elizabeth Warren and other lawmakers ask President Biden to forgive student loans

Jacob Davis CSMS Magazine As it has been highly anticipated, during a press conference this morning, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA), Rep. Alma Adams (D-NC), Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN),...
Remembering election massacre in Florida 100 years later

Remembering election massacre in Florida 100 years later

CSMS Magazine As the presidential election draws near, Florida has become the heavenly prize to win. Its 29 electoral votes weigh heavily in the difficult road to the 270 needed to clinch the presidency. So, it is important to remember the death of more...
Making parenting more efficient during COVID-19 pandemic

Making parenting more efficient during COVID-19 pandemic

Today many families are facing additional challenges with the COVID-19 reality. Our daily lives have been disrupted. We are not sure what tomorrow may bring, and for many of us the nonstop news and social media coverage is not helping. While we should...
Income inequality in the land

Income inequality in the land

By Ardine Isma CSMS Magazine Until I started researching healthcare practices and its relationship with wealth, I was clueless about the plight of those who live below the poverty line. As I began researching the issue, I was quite surprised to see how...
Saint Louis du Nord: High School students took to the streets in protest

Saint Louis du Nord: High School students took to the streets in protest

Yves Duchet CSMS Magazine Saint Louis du Nord, Haiti—Yesterday, hundreds of grade school children took to the streets, protesting what they described as instructional deficiency and lack of teachers. The target was Lycée Serge Petit Frère headed by...
Fighting homelessness: an urgent need

Fighting homelessness: an urgent need

Ashley Cummings CSMS Magazine Homelessness is a major social justice issue that involves a large amount of communities across America. It impacts families living without shelters and basic needs. Homelessness is also an expensive expenditure effecting...
Historical reverence

Historical reverence

By Ardine Isma CSMS Magazine Like human hearts, our world is rather a complex one. There are moments in history that can never be forgotten, for they will forever mark the social consciousness of men. These times in history are usually led by men of great...
Engaging students and class antagonism in the electoral process

Engaging students and class antagonism in the electoral process

CSMS Magazine Monday night, CNN and Harvard’s Institute of Politics co-hosted a presidential town hall at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, N.H. It was an event that was designed primarily to capture the attention of young voters as the 2020 presidential...

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