BY JAMES BRENNAN
The greatest crime in human history was committed against Black Americans, and it lasted over 300 years.
BY ZOE STAHL
Women flouting beauty standards doesn’t mean their looks, sanity or sexuality should be questioned.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
It’s always difficult to confront huge injustices, and even more so when they’ve occurred in our own communities and nation. But it’s necessary to understand that while laws may change, people’s mindsets often persist.
BY PATRICK MAILLET
Although it will take some time to fully rid our government of the uncompromising, birther-movement loving, Internal-Revenue-Service-hating clan of kamikazes that is the Tea Party, the light has finally appeared at the end of the tunnel.
BY MAURA LEVINE
Society has become desensitized to women being called “sluts,” to women being touched inappropriately or feeling uncomfortable. Pop culture makes it seem OK for a man to touch a woman when he finds her sexy; it supports the idea that men can take what they want when they want it.
BY SARA MOROSI
It’s worth considering, however, that maybe the issue isn’t that the Greek community is homophobic, rather hyper-heterosexual.
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