Opinion

Educating girls: Learning doesn’t mean a livelihood

Educating girls: Learning doesn’t mean a livelihood

By Sarah Kaplan & Rachel Goodman  — The Mark News —   Though girls may be actively encouraged to get educated, family responsibilities and cultural expectations can hold them back from the working world Today’s International Day of the Girl has been met with a flurry of social media and public […]

High Stakes

High Stakes

By Jaron Lubin — The Mark News — The stakes are high when it comes to adapting to rapid urban densification. Innovation is happening all over the world, but the most effective developments are realized when design and policy come together, as they have in Singapore. Hip-hop supergroup De La […]

Two Steps Back

Two Steps Back

By Amanda Glassman — The Mark News —    Plans by the Trump administration to slash U.S. global health funding would be a huge setback for countries and organizations — not to mention an initiative with roots in the White House — that have used the program to make impressive strides […]

Enlightened Egalitarianism

Enlightened Egalitarianism

By Marina Gorbis — The Mark News —  There was a time in America when spreading the wealth was instrumental in the nation becoming an economic powerhouse. In this age that sees money and assets tightly controlled in the hands of the few, it’s time to revisit that philosophy. The road […]