BY EMILY PITTINOS
But there is more than apology in order here. I have so much praise.
BY JULIA ZARINA
I am most at home when I am traveling between places. I spent hundreds of hours on airplanes, coming and going between the cities and countries I grew up in. As “third culture kids,” my friends and I moved as easily between time zones and continents as we did between languages, currencies and cultures.
BY ALEXANDER HERMANN
The shortsightedness committed by a major university situated in a state where heavy snowfalls and extreme temperatures are inevitable several times per winter is absolutely dumbfounding.
BY JAMES BRENNAN
Journalism isn’t some career to use to become rich or famous — it’s a public service to inform your fellow citizens and hold people accountable.
BY DEREK WOLFE
So let’s make an effort to — gasp — think a little differently and have an open mind. And look, it’s still the New Year, so it’s not too late to make a resolution.
BY HARLEEN KAUR
Between guest speakers and conferences, social justice dialogues and ally trainings, our student body appears to be very socially conscious. However, the question is, are we actually accomplishing anything with these deliberate and evident acts of empathy?
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