What We Know About the Dear Evan Hansen Film

Ever since it was announced that the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen would be turned into a feature film, the theatre community has been buzzing with questions and opinions on the cast.  Dear Evan Hansen, which follows the title character as he manages social anxiety and becomes entangled in a massive lie, has been a hit with young audiences since its Broadway premiere … Continue reading What We Know About the Dear Evan Hansen Film

Keith Dwayne Nelson Sentenced to the Death Penalty after Killing a 10-year-old Girl

Keith Dwayne Nelson was sentenced to death for the 1999 kidnapping, sexual abuse and subsequent killing of a 10-year-old girl, Pamela Butler. Nelson abducted Pamela while she was out rollerblading in front of her house in Kansas. Nelson confessed to raping Pamela and strangling her with a wire. Nelson’s attorney had filed some last minute legal challenges to his execution. Including arguments that the use … Continue reading Keith Dwayne Nelson Sentenced to the Death Penalty after Killing a 10-year-old Girl

Editor’s Letter

It’s back to school time, which means Ression Magazine has you covered with all the tips you need to succeed this new year. We know how hard it is, especially in these unprecedented times. Many of you are returning to school in hybrid mode or online. No matter how you’re returning to school or work this year, we hope we can help you contribute to progress in … Continue reading Editor’s Letter

10 of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Contributions and Her Legacy

Ruth Bader Ginsberg was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1933. At a young age, Ginsburg’s mother helped cultivate Ginsburg‘s love for learning and education. Later on, Ginsberg went to Cornell University and graduated at the top of her class in the College of arts and sciences. Afterward, she married her husband Martin and focused on her family for some time. Later on, Ginsburg attended … Continue reading 10 of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Contributions and Her Legacy