Zach Ingber

Zach Ingber

Opinions Columnist

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Articles by Zach Ingber (23)

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Ingber ’15: The oldest hatred in new and old forms

October 21, 2014 15 comments

The more nefarious instances of anti-Semitism manifest in language, not images.

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Ingber ’15: The value of President Simmons’ voice

October 7, 2014 5 comments

It is time for former President Ruth Simmons to remind us how important it is to confront opinions that infuriate or challenge us.

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Ingber ’15: Unsportsmanlike conduct for Rice and the NFL

September 16, 2014 1 comment

This is a conversation about the responsibility a league has to demand certain levels of decency from its players.

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Ingber ’15: Zionism is not racism

April 14, 2014 45 comments

On Nov. 10, 1975, the United Nations adopted a resolution in which it declared, “Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination.”

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Ingber ’15: Human rights for all?

March 13, 2014 3 comments

When we think about human rights and the world’s most abusive regimes, perhaps we should consider the structural problems in the human rights apparatus.

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Ingber ’15: Abolish the UCS categorization system

February 14, 2014 1 comment

By abolishing a superfluous categorization process, we would release some of the chains preventing students from creating new ventures on campus.

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Ingber ’15: Shibboleth

January 27, 2014 15 comments

For all of the talk of acceptance and tolerance of ideas at Brown, I feel that religious individuals often receive the most flak.

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Ingber ’15: The importance of the filibuster

December 3, 2013 2 comments

In removing the filibuster for key presidential appointments and nominations, the Democrats have moved the Senate toward a House-like structure that disrespects not only the Great Compromise but also the foundational structure of our bicameral system.

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Ingber ’15: UCS should stay focused on Brown

November 18, 2013 3 comments

“UCS is charged with advocating for student voices and input with regards to Brown’s administration. The moment we ask UCS to focus on national political issues that do not affect our daily lives at Brown is the moment we diminish our own voices in the operations of our university.”

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Ingber ’15: Free speech at Brown?

October 20, 2013 84 comments

To the conservatives at Brown, I say, come out of hiding and into the political discussion