Legalization should solve problems, not create more.
Our reluctance to engage with our opposition manifests as weakness in our academic experience.
At Emerson, we often seek empowerment for ourselves and others through the work we create.
Rather than take greater advantage of this program, students have decided to rely on one another. That says volumes about the lack of trust students have in the department—they feel safer with their peers than with trained police officers.
How ironic, and completely unsurprising, that I was desperate for a woman to save men’s gender politics.
Progress can only be made when there is opportunity for reconciliation in the wake of disagreement.
Arm-in-arm with fellow students, we are able to voice our beliefs in a way that is peaceful and powerful.
Without language classes, we are detached from the world.
The point of nonfiction is to tell something in its most truthful tone—sometimes an imperfect one.
For a lot of us, after disappointment, there was fear.
Somehow, we got lost in a liberal bubble that blocked out their sound.
We were living in a bubble, apparently. Because the majority of America did not agree.
Maybe it’s the depressing election cycle, or maybe it’s the countless adorable videos of the Obamas with children, but it’s clear that Americans are not ready to see our president go.
Why does the conversation surrounding migrant peoples fail to acknowledge the positive contributions of immigrants?