Day: October 12, 2016

Israeli LGBTQ rights must not overshadow state violence

By JOSHUA SCHREIER – 5 years ago

Mr. Brenner’s recent letter in response to my opinion piece two weeks ago touch­es on a number of issues dealing with campus activism, the hazards of what he calls “post-co­lonial…

Letter to the Editor

By BRYAN VAN NORDEN – 5 years ago

I am a professor of Chinese philosophy who has fought for thirty years to overcome ethnocentrism and bring Chinese and West­ern philosophy into productive dialogue. Consequently, I can only applaud…

Peace prizes prove inherently political

By SYLVAN CALKO PERLMUTTER – 5 years ago

The granting of the Nobel Peace Prize has always been a calculated political act. This might come as a surprise to some. After all, our stereotypes of Scandinavians would demand…

Letter to the Editor

By RICHARD E. GELLER – 5 years ago

I write in reference to Joshua Schreier’s Sept 28th article on Bret Stephens’ recent interview and Q&A at Vassar College on Sept 20th. Professor Schreier’s assertion that Mr. Stephens has…

First HEL show of semester inspired by new members

By KAITLIN PRADO – 5 years ago

On the night of Oct. 8, the members of sketch comedy group Happily Ever Laughter (also known as HEL) performed their first show of the year: “Tomatoes are a Girl’s…

Women designers shine in Paris couture

By KIRK PATRICK TESTA – 5 years ago

Paris Fashion Week is widely considered the mother of all fashion weeks. It is the place where the world looks for fashion that breaks all molds and trajectories. It is…

Fans rush artists for new work

By PATRICK TANELLA – 5 years ago

The music industry is constantly changing, and in an era where fan-artist relationships are closer than ever, you have to ask whether they are healthy for either party. Artists now…