BY MAJA TOSIC
One day, two impacts. One audience, two speeches. One language, two messages.
BY DEREK WOLFE
In all, Schlissel made a fantastic first impression in appealing to both faculty and students. It appears that he is ready to tackle the challenge of running one of the United States’ premier institutions despite being a somewhat surprising selection.
BY CAITLYN BRENNAN
If you’re going to tell me you wish you could take time off, study another major, travel around a bit or take an amazing, unpaid internship in South America that you won’t get credit for — please, give me a good reason why you’re not doing it.
BY KATIE STEEN
The truth is, we’re all human, and we have more similarities than differences. And we can all be good colleagues, teachers, leaders, friends and people in general — don’t let social constructs tell ya any different.
BY LAUREN MCCARTHY
Though the Services for Students with Disabilities office provides academic accommodations, they should expand to provide adequate health-care accommodations as well. With a few administrative changes, increased awareness and student advocacy, those with “invisible illnesses” may finally be able to find some relief.
BY MICHAEL SCHRAMM
I can’t know whether every LGBTQ member would confirm this with certainty, but at least for me, no U.S. legislation aimed at making me feel like a political insider can offset feeling like a social outsider.
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