Feldman ’15: Moderate religion a rarity in college

October 21, 2014 3 comments

It is important for students to prioritize academics, but it shouldn’t have to come at the price of assimilating one’s religious practice.

Blake ’17: A chance for a sports hierarchy to grow

October 21, 2014 0 comments

Maybe the NCAA can finally put its money where its mouth is and act as the benevolent bureaucratic body it has spent so long pretending to be.

Shin ’17: A sad colony of the digital

October 20, 2014 0 comments

A word of advice to all those suffering from “social media anxiety disorder”: Go outside to have some actual communication with your fellow students.

Duncan ’15: What makes a ‘Transformative Conversation’?

October 20, 2014 0 comments

We need to be talking more about white privilege on all levels: among students, among faculty members and among administrators.

Sweren ’15: What money can’t buy — time

Sweren ’15: What money can’t buy — time

October 17, 2014 2 comments

If a library closes its doors when students are in the middle of their studies it adds stress and inconvenience and gets in the way of inspiration.

Sacks ’15: A time and place for discussion, not dismissal

October 17, 2014 1 comment

As we continue these discussions, we hope that our student body, like our memorial, will stray from shame or paralysis.

Kenyon GS: The Watson-Taubman marriage and why it matters

October 16, 2014 0 comments

The Sept. 16 Herald unveiled one of the largest changes within the University this year: the integration of the Taubman Center into the Watson Institute.


Aluthge ’15: Where are all the women?

October 16, 2014 2 comments

Discrimination against women is deeply embedded in the practice of science, and in fact manifests in faculty members of all genders.

Makhlouf ’16: Liberalism and its discontents

October 15, 2014 2 comments

On our campus, the only figure more prevalent than the bitter conservative is the lip-service liberal.

Grapengeter-Rudnick ’17: Ebola in the United States — should we worry?

October 15, 2014 1 comment

The channels that allowed the disease into the country in the first place may be the same ones that allow it to spread.