BY ZEINAB KHALIL
The vagueness lent to “social justice” can be useful in pushing us to rethink what anti-oppressive work looks like in different contexts.
BY HARSHA NAHATA
By the time senior year rolls around, you start spending a lot of time thinking about what you’ll leave behind, what people will remember you for, what your “legacy” will be.
BY PATRICK MAILLET
Whether alcohol-induced or not, most families will likely have at least one political conversation over the holidays.
BY MAURA LEVINE
People have the right to say offensive things or proselytize on a street corner because other people have the right to ignore them if they so choose. Bob Dylan was making these crass statements to an American magazine as a U.S. citizen and therefore cannot be subject to the jurisdiction of France’s criminal code.
BY JULIA ZARINA
Not valuing being comfortable means becoming overly and personally familiar with the reality that everybody — but seemingly most often, you — will make mistakes all the time; and in turn, it means learning how to appropriately recognize those mistakes.
BY JAKE OFFENHARTZ
Russell Brand and Pope Francis have successfully presented an alternative ideology, and their comments should be taken seriously.
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