Speakers called on graduates to pursue their passions and to ‘engage with the future.’0 comments
Harris beat Afia Kwakwa ’14 in a run-off, receiving 54 percent of the vote.3 comments
The student who was assaulted in May is now medically stable but faces lingering problems.
The Corporation heard arguments on divesting and looked at a draft of the University’s strategic plan.
The 60 percent rate will likely mean few waitlist acceptances.
Husted ’13 and Tennis ’14 square off on whether the University’s name is socially or ethically problematic.
Ironically, heavy attention paid to another party’s finances is often cultivated by the outside observers rather than the personal possessors of wealth.
There is virtually no value in a process that treats entire groups as nonpersons.