BY DANIELLE PARSONS
The purpose of this reflection was to bring more awareness of the inequalities that minorities in race, religion, culture and other social identities that do not fit white culture face. However, this discussion shouldn’t be limited to just the Black community but should be a catalyst for improving how we look at and discuss diversity.
BY SAMIA AYYASH
The title of this article echoes the exact words that were yelled at me in my Arabic class just this week by a fellow Arab-American student. Prior to presenting on Jamal ‘Abd al-Nasser, my colleague opened his University e-mail in front of the class to access his project.
BY ALEXANDRIA FOSTER
I am not blind to the racial issues and certainly not to the lack of diversity on campus, but it would be unfair to solely blame the University. We must do something to create change.
BY SARA ISAAC
It goes without saying the Electrify Africa Act, which costs the U.S. taxpayer almost nothing and relies mainly on renewable energy sources, is a huge step toward attaining modern energy for sub-Saharans.
BY PETE WANGWONGWIROJ
Capital campaigns should be an opportunity for disruptive innovation.
BY KATIE PARENT
It’s no coincidence that more than half of all teachers who enter programs such as Teach for America and Teaching Fellows leave the classroom after a mere two years.
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