BY SAMIA AYYASH
If the purpose of the event was to humanize the IDF, that feat wasn’t accomplished. Rather, an entire population was dehumanized in order to justify crimes against an unarmed, civilian, indigenous population.
BY PATRICK SIER
On March 23, be one of 1,400 Michigan students to work alongside so many proud Detroiters for the betterment of the city.
BY BARRY BELMONT
The stories of science are the stories of humanity’s place in the universe. But this only matters insofar as we remember that it is human beings for which and about whom these stories are told.
BY SHARIK BASHIR
Karachi and Pakistan may be facing a plethora of crises, but losing their cultural identity is not one of them.
BY BARACK OBAMA
Colleges also need to do their part to lower costs. And we need to make sure they do because the taxpayers can’t keep subsidizing the rising costs of higher education.
BY OMAR MAHMOOD
Here, we celebrate diversity in good American spirit. Yet we don’t consider that the more we “celebrate” diversity, the more we lose it.
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