Reports of the Death of Biden’s Student Debt Cancellation Program Are Premature
Co-published with The Nation. Pronouncing debt cancellation DOA takes the Supreme Court’s ruling as the last word—precisely at the moment when the court’s authority demands challenge, not complacency.
If the Supreme Court Ends Affirmative Action in College Admissions, Diversity Could Be Expanded
Co-published with The Boston Globe. Looking at equity and equality through class could level the playing field for low-income students of all backgrounds.
The Supreme Court May Radically Reshape Colleges This Year
Co-published with Teen Vogue. Both in terms of who can attend and the financial burdens it comes with.
The Story of Baby O—and the Case That Could Gut Native Sovereignty
Co-published with The Nation. Baby O’s case is at the center of a lawsuit to bring down the Indian Child Welfare Act. But far from proving ICWA should …
Roe and Privacy Rights: The Risk to Birth Control, Gay Marriage, and More
Co-published with Teen Vogue. Conservative justices on the Supreme Court seem open to a larger-scale rollback of civil liberties, Namrata Verghese writes.