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Rose Hill Course on the Bronx: A Good Step
Nov 23, 2015
A course at Rose Hill has been proposed and accepted; one that aims to discuss the cultural and historical significance of the Bronx as a region of New York.
Truth Must be Told in Textbooks
Nov 22, 2015
In today’s world, we must carefully consider the sources we obtain our facts from, whether they are newspapers, televisions or articles on the Internet.
Donald Trump: Master of Distraction
Nov 21, 2015
As anyone who has watched any mainstream news channel for even a minute in the past three months knows, Donald Trump is no fan of undocumented immigrants.
Seeking Solidarity After the Attacks
Nov 20, 2015
On Thursday, I was wrapped up in the fervor of the controversy at Mizzou when I saw a post on Facebook by a dear friend of mine about suicide bombers in Beirut, Lebanon, her hometown.
Trump vs Carson: A Populist Nightmare
Nov 12, 2015
Their usage of fear mongering and offensive speeches must be heeded as a warning as to how politicians can amass large blocks of support in little time.
Backpacks Don’t Fit With Kevlar On
Nov 12, 2015
In the event of a tragic event on campus, the likeliness of a student accurately and effectively employing a firearm to neutralize a threat, without collateral damage, is incredibly unlikely.
When “Black Culture” Can Be a Problematic Term
Nov 7, 2015
We rarely hear the phrase “white community” employed with any legitimacy. That is precisely because we recognize the diversity in this group, and with that, recognize that such a term cannot capture the differences within the group in question.
False Reports: We Deserve an Apology
Nov 5, 2015
For the very same reason we do not allow people to shout “fire” in a public place where there is none, we cannot allow people to shout “rape.”
We Need to Start Taking the GOP Seriously
Nov 4, 2015
As long as I can remember, I have found myself leaning far more to the left than to the right.
Let’s Keep Coloring in “The Great White Way”
Nov 2, 2015
If kids growing up have trouble finding people on stage that look like them, they won’t believe they have even the slightest chance of making it on Broadway.
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