Should Mt. Rushmore Change?

In some way, it should. In others, it shouldn’t.

Photo by Jeromey Balderrama on Unsplash

Keystone, South Dakota doesn’t seem like the best vacation spot in the world. But if you love presidents and American history, you will love it.

Carved in the side of the Black Hills is Mt. Rushmore, featuring the heads of four our country’s presidents, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham…

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Noah Nelson

Noah Nelson

UIUC journalism major| Daily Illini Senior Columnist| Author of “Life: A Collection of Short Stories” and “Dana and Me” | Featured Writer on ILLUMINATION (23x).

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