Kate Kraft
Kraft and Skilton: An election for equality

In 1989, the term “marriage equality” had yet to enter the national vocabulary. No state recognized same-sex marriage — nor did any state constitution or […]

Kraft and Skilton: Stand for equality

Late in the night of Nov. 4, 2008, millions of Americans went to bed ecstatic at the election of their first black president. Early in […]

Rosmarin and Kraft: In 2008, embrace banned books

The fall semester has come into full swing. We students have settled into classes and done our reading diligently. It’s beginning to get cold and […]

Support community by registering for Elm City ID

Last October, Manuel Santiago was stabbed to death by muggers on Ferry Street after he cashed his weekly paycheck. Unfortunately, this horrifying incident was only […]