Tennyson Shultz Articles

The rise of STEM, the fall of humanities

Fewer than one in ten students graduate with a humanities degree   Madeline Ciccarelli bombed her math test. After staring at her grade for a few seconds in a state of deep contemplation, she shook it off, smiled, and promptly moved on with her day. “I’m not too...

Dress codes across Minnesota

Schools implement vastly different policies Mary-Beth Tinker was 13 years old in 1965 when she rallied a group of students together and encouraged them to wear black arm bands to school in protest of the Vietnam War. The following day, the students were pulled aside,...

Attention Dwindles

Social media wreaks havoc on brains Eight out of ten people will skim this story's headline, but only two will read past it. Congratulations! By reading even just to this point, you are part of a small group of over-achievers: the 20%. Maybe you will read even more if...

Abortion through a different lens

As laws change, citizens must consider the complexity of other perspectives Take a minute and consider the lens through which you see the world. How were you raised? With money? With two parents? With access to sex education? With a uterus? Given even just a small...
A long haul

A long haul

Post coronavirus symptoms prove to be long lasting Fever? Chills? Are you struggling to breathe? The symptoms of...