Articles by Justine Schwarz

Justine Schwarz

Justine is from Genoa City, Wisconsin and is a freshman at the University of Minnesota. She is majoring in Biology, Society, and Environment. While she plans to spend her life working towards the improvement of the environment, she believes that conservative values are the only way to make environmental management sustainable. In high school she was (surprisingly) a cheerleader, state board member of Key Club International, and a member of the National Honors Society. Justine's favorite activity is volunteering and she has logged over 120 hours since the beginning of senior year of high school. When she's not working, Justine enjoys binge-watching Supernatural on Netflix, crocheting, and spending time with friends.


University Airs “13th” Film about American Prisons

On March 20, 2017, Jewish Community Action at the University of Minnesota and the Minnesota Public Interest Research Group hosted a screening of the documentary 13th in Bruininks Hall. The documentary focuses on mass incarceration and the errors of the American prison system. 13th was released September 30, 2016, and is directed by Ava DuVernay….


Angela Keaton Speaks at the U

On February 28, Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) and College Libertarians hosted speaker Angela Keaton in Coffman Memorial Union. Keaton spoke on antiwar beliefs, the status of the antiwar movement in the current political climate, and the future of the antiwar movement. Angela Keaton is currently the executive director of, a leading source for antiwar…


Driven to discover

As part of the University of Minnesota’s “Driven to Discover” advertising campaign, many of the values of the university are celebrated and displayed with pride. However, one goal seems to be grounded on the basis of creating a liberal, politically correct group of students. The “Driven to Discover” ad campaign is a four-part series explaining…

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