Archive for category: Opinions

The Media’s Representation of Israel Leaves Much To Be Desired

The Media’s Representation of Israel Leaves Much To Be Desired

There is no problem with taking a stance on an issue. But there is a problem when it’s based on lies and omissions.

Tourism Does Not Commercialize 9/11 Memorial

Tourism Does Not Commercialize 9/11 Memorial

Allowing tourists to roam free, or even providing guided tours could help enlighten those who are not as informed about the events that occurred thirteen years ago on that fateful day.

Scotland Should Become Independent

Scotland Should Become Independent

Independence means that decisions formerly made at Westminster will be in Scotland’s hands.

Iggy’s Voice Is No Biggy

Iggy’s Voice Is No Biggy

The assumption then could be made that Azalea’s rapping voice sounds a certain way because she learned the technique in a location that has a distinct sound. However, this conclusion is too simplistic and does not give her enough credit as an artist.

Why Not Michael Brown?

Why Not Michael Brown?

Does our system simply not work, or does it work exactly the way it was intended to?

New York’s Specialized Public High Schools Fail When It Comes To Diversity

New York’s Specialized Public High Schools Fail When It Comes To Diversity

It seems that the true problem in the city’s schools is a lack of representation of the type of diversity which exists organically in New York.

Ivy League Rejects: You’re Better Off Here at Fordham

Ivy League Rejects: You’re Better Off Here at Fordham

Institutions like Fordham have remained committed to delivering a true education that nurtures all aspects of the person, rather than mass-producing perfect, ambitious graduates that have one goal in mind—a narrow notion of success that translates into money, prestige and social status.

We Are Witnessing the Start of a New Chapter

For the incoming class of freshman, you’re about to embark on a four-year journey (for some of you, even longer) where you will find yourself (or at least try to). For the returning class of seniors, you’re about to finish that very same journey and find your place in the world, post-Fordham.

Point: The Answer in Iraq Is Not Military Action

Point: The Answer in Iraq Is Not Military Action

The end goal is to stop all wars – not create more of them. The only way to do that is to take all military action off the table.

Counterpoint: Kurdistan Has a Future, Not a United Iraq

Counterpoint: Kurdistan Has a Future, Not a United Iraq

There is one faction in Iraq that ought to be worthy of our support, the Kurdistan Regional Government.