BY RIHAN ISSA
We, as the University community, must actively engage in constructive conversations that will produce tangible results and challenge the hostility toward Arab and Muslim Americans.
BY KIRK ACHARYA
The United Nations has made positive strides with their resolve to include women in policy making. However, it’s not enough to bridge the gender participation gap in the UN’s infrastructure — thereby falling short of including the female voice in world conflicts.
BY JOSH RUEBNER
With Netanyahu’s victory in Israel’s election earlier this month, the prospects for a negotiated deal between Israel and the Palestinians appear infinitely bleaker than they did when talks began more than 20 years ago.
BY RACHEL TUCKER
Ross isn’t perfect, but I’m proud to call it my school.
BY GRANT STROBL
The students in the University’s chapter of Sigma Alpha Mu did not represent the reputation of this University and Greek life at the level it deserves: they tarnished it. We deserve better.
BY JAY FORESTER
Whatever you do, don’t be afraid to change. And, wherever you go, Go Blue!
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