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Articles by Robyn Sundlee (19)

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Sundlee ’16: The modern silent majority

November 10, 2015 0 comments

Our closely held liberal values do not necessarily align with those of the majority of the United States.

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Sundlee ’16: Selling out to the patriarchy

September 30, 2015 3 comments

We proudly sport “F*** the Patriarchy” shirts, while simultaneously courting mega-corporation employers.

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Sundlee ’16: A house divided

September 16, 2015 3 comments

This summer, I found myself in a very peculiar situation. I was to be sharing a house with a band of men in Georgetown. But these men were not just any men.

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Sundlee ’16: The borders of gay marriage

September 11, 2015 9 comments

The gay rights movement runs the heavy risk of being exploited by nationalist interests and misinterpreted by publics grown wary of Western moral crusades.

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Sundlee ’16: Cultures of hatred

November 19, 2014 2 comments

We must remember that culture is not sacrosanct. When a culture embraces hatred, it must be reformed.

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Sundlee ’16: Empty gestures

November 4, 2014 2 comments

Some of us have lost sight of what the American public deems reasonable and prefer to operate on a plane that simply dismisses those who think differently.

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Sundlee ’16: End unpaid internships

September 4, 2014 2 comments

The expectation of college students to work for free is a perversion of the professional system and an obstruction to making our society more egalitarian.

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Sundlee ’16: The forgotten people of Balochistan

April 18, 2014 6 comments

We must fight the temptation to dismiss violence and human rights abuses as normal in the Middle East and seek to understand the complexities of the region.

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Sundlee ’16: The future of American resilience

April 4, 2014 1 comment

Our society is reliant on a fragile electric grid and decaying infrastructure. When our power is cut off we are rendered practically helpless.

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Sundlee ’16: Kindness is key

March 19, 2014 0 comments

How could I have missed what was happening right under my nose to the people I claim to know better than anyone?