BY MATTHEW MANNING
The Western media’s complaints are shameful and show how spoiled and disconnected we really are. The disaster the media wanted, that it marketed so fiercely to the public, didn’t happen.
BY ALICIA ADAMCZYK
I will go home Friday morning, I will sit with my family in an impersonal room in the intensive care unit of St. John’s Hospital in Warren, Mich., and I will watch one of the most important people in my life take her last breath as she is taken off of life support. I don’t want to say goodbye.
BY HANNAH CRISLER
Find the inner voice and let it speak out. Let it scream. We can be the change.
BY DIANA C. SIERRA BECERRA AND KEVIN YOUNG
By hosting a war criminal like John Negroponte, the University and the Public Policy School express utter contempt for his victims. Officials like Negroponte should be in prison, not invited to academic forums.
BY HAYA ALFARHAN
The Middle East is not stable — it’s experiencing growing pains, but for all of its faults, for most of us, it’s still home, broken as it may be. Despite my fears, I know something great is going to come out of this struggle.
BY CIARRA ROSS
As oppressed people who experience a range of excruciating injustices, it is important to get in touch with our rage. But we must learn that angry reaction to all of the world’s -isms is not social justice, much less radical revolution.
BY UNITED COALITION FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
The University strategically repackages the legacy of student activism as a part of its triumphant narrative about the University as a nationwide leader in diversity. Yet, the University nonsensically trumpets that very narrative despite increasing evidence to undermine it.
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