BY SCOTT CHRISTOPHER
Even though Ethan and I weren't successful, there is still much work to be done. I promised from the beginning that, no matter what, I would still continue to work to tackle big issues on this campus.
BY MARIS HARMON
But what we happily found at TEDxUofM were nine inspiring speakers who had social justice as a central theme throughout their talks.
BY MARISSA SOLOMON
The movement against fossil fuels is about much more than lowering the rising sea levels and making sure winter sticks around. It's about the people who we share our Earth with.
BY ANKUR SHAH
In the end, every college here has unique goals, so these “entitlements” will always exist. Therefore, it makes no sense to force superficial equality on our diverse programs.
BY JASMINE MCNENNY
It’s people like Patton who won’t let women move beyond these deep-rooted stereotypes. It doesn’t matter that society sees women as strong and capable individuals, there’s still an invisible string pulling back to those traditional roles.
BY DRAKE BAGLIETTO
By learning skills, individuals can provide not only monetary wealth for their families, but also the wealth of knowledge that comes from experience for their children. While this method is currently untested, it seems to be an innovative take on an age-old problem.
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