BY EMMA MCGLASHEN
The online definition given by Merriam-Webster for the adjective “pansexual” reads, “exhibiting or implying many forms of sexual expression.” As a pansexual woman, the vague definition seems to parallel the uncertainty and confusion expressed by our country and also our campus in regard to non-monosexual terminology.
BY JAKE HELLER
The College of Engineering and all undergraduate STEM programs at the University should implement cultural competency into their curriculums.
BY CARLY MANES
So while I didn’t dissent that day last March, I am dissenting now. I support SAFE’s resolution, I support economic sanctions on Israel and I support the validation of all narratives.
BY WILL CANNING
I ask you to join me in defeating this resolution, but more importantly, I ask for your support in creating solutions that strengthen our community.
BY CORINE ROSENBERG
It took me five years to call myself a survivor. We all heal in different ways and at different rates. I wasn’t ready to share my story before, to claim this identity, but I now understand why others could and have.
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.
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