BY LAUREN MCCARTHY
Erdely abused her privilege, and has failed both as a journalist and as an advocate of women's rights. Nonetheless, it is my hope as both a woman and a member of the media that this issue will be approached by journalists in the future with not only integrity, but also conviction and the utmost care.
BY AVERY DIUBALDO
Some mornings, I would wake before work with a mysterious, lingering optimism, as if I had won a lottery in the night and then forgotten about it, and it wasn’t until I was halfway out of the shower that I would remember the dream of the previous night, the dream in which she had appeared among all the other half-formed and siren things which populate dreams, all the dark forests and crumbling teeth, and had offered her hand for mine to hold
BY VICTORIA NOBLE
The University has a responsibility to ensure that the perceived (or actual) inequality of experiences or resources between LSA and special programs like the Business School is not contributing to students’ decisions to pursue any given major.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
This is not to advocate for sympathy or pity for a man who hit a woman, but let us remember that the man who attacked his girlfriend last month was once a boy.
BY VICTORIA NOBLE
Rolling Stone’s article should’ve never mattered in the way we allowed it to.
BY ABBY TASKIER
It feels natural to distance my current self from the one that sits at the family dinner table — unsure of herself, anxious and maybe a little bit misdirected.
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