BY RIMA FADLALLAH
Unfortunately, as an Arab-American woman who is pro-Palestinian and has been heavily active with #UMDivest, I do not have the privilege to call out names, positions or communities when specifying an audience. So, look for yourself in my words — you’ll know who you are.
BY BAYAN FOUNAS
By suggesting to students that they take alternative forms of action, such as dialogue, which was similarly asked of students in the Civil Rights Movement, is a form of policing students on how to take action to simply maintain the status quo without challenging the structures that continue to oppress communities of marginalized races and sexualities.
BY MICHAEL PROPPE
Your editorial published on April 2, 2014 (From the Daily: Focus on the Issues) is filled with inaccuracies, misguided judgments and ideas that threaten the foundations of student governance.
BY RACHEL JOHN
Help eliminate the “narcissistic” and “impatient” stigma of the Millennials. Redefine our generation. Redefine the heartbeat of our generation.
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.
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