BY KATE LARAMIE
I’ve seen many parallels between the fight to diversify our campus and the push of the environmental movement to build a more inclusive atmosphere towards one no longer dominated by white individuals of privileged backgrounds.
BY JULIA ZARINA
We as an engineering community will continue to succeed — to attract the best, brightest and most unconventional thinkers — only if we can adapt.
BY LISSA KRYSKA
Why should students care about economic inequality?
BY SARA MOROSI
I quickly determined that dreamers run startups.
BY KATIE STEEN
I am trying to remind everyone that gender roles exist, and are perpetuated by what we read and watch and listen to and click on, and that they begin at a young age.
BY ALEXANDER HERMANN
I know it’s uncontroversial to say — scrapping, squatting and home burglaries are bad. But why, then, has it taken lawmakers this long to do more to minimize the potential financial benefit of the already-illegal practice?
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