Student body President Kislay Parashar said these rallies are crucial for demonstrating student concern for federal issues, such as this one, and it allows student opinions to be heard at this university and beyond.
Maryland will likely continue to uphold state protections for abortion after efforts to expand abortion access this legislative session.
Many protesters said Tuesday that the court overturning Roe v. Wade would affect people in low-income and marginalized communities the most.
The true problem here is that the Supreme Court is upending the right to privacy entirely.
Jackson, who will become the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court, was confirmed earlier this month.
If approved by both chambers of the Maryland General Assembly, voters will decide in November whether abortion rights should be protected the state's constitution.
The Supreme Court agreed to hear two affirmative action cases on Jan. 24.
Brilliance exists outside Ivy League schools. The Supreme Court needs to recognize it.
Staying apolitical means staying neutral on important issues.
The courts have the power. Why don’t Democrats understand that?