Global women’s rights marches, “A Day Without Immigrants” protests and Berkeley’s conflict with Milo Yiannopoulos: these are all events within the U.S. that have triggered national responses unlike many other causes, with thousands of people protesting against rights violations. But once a protest is over or an internship with a political leader is completed, how do people push for their political beliefs every day?
Shriya Deshpande is a senior and this is her second year on staff. She is the Multimedia Opinion section editor. Besides making videos and messing around with Illustrator, Shriya enjoys reading mystery novels and short stories, watching comedy TV shows and eating anything with chocolate in it.