Gerrymandering: To Reform or Not to Reform?

Gerrymandering is the act of dividing up district maps in a way that benefits one political party by giving them the majority and detrimental to the other by giving them the minority in as many districts as possible (“Gerrymander”). On election day, Michigan residents will have the opportunity to vote on Proposal 2, an initiativeContinue reading “Gerrymandering: To Reform or Not to Reform?”

How Art Education Fits into the Modern School System: Kevin Hsieh

Although art programs are getting less and less attention in schools, no one is more insistent that it is one of the most important parts of the curriculum than Kevin Hsieh. Hsieh, who is from Taiwan, is an art education professor at Georgia State. He grew up around his mother making art, where he saidContinue reading “How Art Education Fits into the Modern School System: Kevin Hsieh”