BY EDVINAS BERZANSKIS
It’s peculiar to think that I had to travel 1,160 miles into the heart of Texas to gain insight into a global issue that affects us in our very own backyard. But sometimes it takes a new environment for people to see an issue in a fresh, eye-opening context.
BY DAVID HARRIS
But even though the stadium is gone, reduced to a blank slate of infield dirt and grass, something is still there. Something far grander than the grandiosity of the stadium ever was. It can be covered up like the pavement covers the trolley tracks. It can be pushed aside. But it can never be taken away.
BY CORINE ROSENBERG
I am asking that we all start practicing love. Not only self-love and friend love, but silent love. Let us give our peers back their humanity. Let us try to listen.
BY IMAAN ALI
Impartiality is a dangerous tool in that it lends authority to the words of those who can legitimately claim it at the expense of the words of people who — because of their social identities — cannot claim this right.
BY AARON SCHAER
The conversation on campus these past two weeks about divesting from companies doing business in Israel has been hurtful, it has been filled with inaccuracies and it has done nothing to support peace or reconciliation between the opposing sides.
BY JEREMY KAZZAZ
Let us as a student body come together and fight for human rights in every corner of the globe. Let us fight for equality for all. We are the thinkers of the day and together can start building a better tomorrow.
BY YAZAN KHERALLAH
Your opinions and political stances are meant to be challenged. Please engage in actual critical discourse instead of resorting to fear-mongering and baseless accusations. If you have a case, you might be able to challenge us for the better by engaging with us intellectually rather than on the basis of ad hominem attacks.
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