Day: September 19, 2018

VSA Updates

By Charlotte Varcoe-Wolfson – 4 years ago

Consensus Agenda—Passed Finance Allocations 500/650 for Chinese Student Community from Community —Contingent $10 subsidy of $15 tickets for students who attend MidAutumn Festival Celebration 630/630 for Forum of Political Thought…

Political Roundup

By Aena Khan – 4 years ago

This week’s headlines… Tropical storm Florence—downgraded from its prior classification as a hurricane— made its way through the Carolinas from Sept. 14–18. The storm’s floods overtook areas along the shoreline,…

Ransby lectures on MLK, Ella Baker, Black Lives Matter

By Ariana Gravinese – 4 years ago

“I wanted to understand the world in order to change the world.” This was one striking quote from Professor Barbara Ransby’s lecture “Social Justice and Freedom-making in the 21st Century:…

Horoscopes 9/20

By Hannah Gaven – 4 years ago

Aries When you try your best and you don’t succeed, or you don’t try at all and you still don’t succeed, just NRO the class and you’ll succeed. If it’s…

Algorithm pandering lowers album quality

By Sylvan Perlmutter – 4 years ago

Before the widespread popularity of music streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal, music lovers would often torrent thousands of dollars worth of albums. Their justifications went as…

Open mind vital to bridging political divide

By Sawyer Bush – 4 years ago

One may argue that the greatest challenge to ever face American democracy is upon us. As Victor Hanson wrote in an article for the National Review, “America is no more…

Media coverage on mass shootings needs cutting back

By Thelonious Seeds – 4 years ago

[TW: This article contains discussion of suicide, gun violence and death.] In “The Sorrows of Young Werther,” a German novel published in 1774, protagonist Young Werther falls hopelessly in love…