Events like Victory Stride, which discussed the history of minority empowerment and the fight for civil rights, are invaluable to a school that is still striving to bolster diversity and integrate black history into its curriculum.
The council should place restrictions on economic aid to Pyongyang from China that would eliminate funding to North Korea’s military
Drunkorexia is brushed off as something ill-informed college students do on the weekends
The department has a responsibility to ensure each event offers something students can’t get from their dorm beds.
Without the Academy Awards, which have been going on for 86 years, the quality of movies would drastically decrease.
Students need to stop looking at drugs as “part of the experience” and instead, confront their friends who are endangering themselves with harmful substances.
This shouldn’t be shrugged off as an extreme reaction or fallacious argument
India’s economic growth has in part modernized the country, but there are still many who stick to their centuries old misogynistic and patriarchal thinking
Banning smoking on the Common actually worsens the problem of secondhand smoke for nonsmoking citizens
Sexual assaults—regardless of their nature—should not be relegated to the punchline of a joke.
Quality journalism is accessible to everyone, and doesn't have to be seen as something exclusive.
The world cannot just sit idly by and watch the war in Syria implode the region.
In the 615 days since Parnell’s departure, though, little has changed.
What we experience in our daily lives informs what we create, and to view others through limited perspectives today can only lead to simplistic representations in the future.
It’s abundantly clear that our addiction to entertainment is costing us more than that of drinking habit.