Back in March when the nation was closing down due to the global pandemic and the future of the Ohio Primary was uncertain, we told you: Keep Calm and Vote on!
And now we’re here to tell you: Keep Calm and Vote on… Again!
August 18 of this year will be 100 years since the last of the 36 ratifying states that were required to secure adoption were confirmed, and the Nineteenth Amendment’s ratification to include voting for women came to be.
Led by activists Susan B.
Ever think about what might happen if you get arrested upon suspicion of committing a crime? Our Constitution guarantees we are innocent until proven guilty, right? Perhaps not.
Let’s go back to the basics and talk about bail… So, what is bail?
*Explanations of students’ rights in this article are not legal advice. If you feel that your rights as a student may have been violated, please speak to and/or obtain a lawyer.
Though it seems like we likely won’t find out about whether we’ll physically be able to return to schools, colleges, and universities until it is literally time to begin classes, the fact of the matter is that as college and high, middle, and elementary students, we must know our rights so that if they are ever infringed upon, we can stand up for them.