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Articles by Morgan McCordick (4)

Students, faculty consider climate action strategy in wake of Harvard-Yale protest


Students, faculty consider climate action strategy in wake of Harvard-Yale protest

November 25, 2019 1 comment

The widely covered interruption of Saturday’s annual Harvard-Yale football game by climate activists has prompted members of the University community to reflect on how they can help combat climate change through fossil fuel divestment.

“The Perfect Immigrant and Other Myths” was hosted by the Center for Latin American Caribbean Studies in their storytelling lecture series.

News, University News

Nina Alvarez discusses immigration policies, experiences

November 12, 2019 0 comments

While speaking to students about her documentaries on the immigrant experience, Columbia Journalism School Professor Nina Alvarez addressed misconceptions surrounding the American dream and immigration into the United States.

Carlton College’s Adeeb Khalid, a historian with expertise in South Asia, described how the Chinese Communist Party’s “transhistorical” identity conflicts with the Uyghur’s Turkic ethnic identity, which dates back to the days of the Russian Empire.

News, University News

Visiting lecturer details mass internment of ethnic Uyghurs in China

October 23, 2019 Comments are Disabled

In light of recent media attention on the ongoing mass detention of the Uyghur Muslims in China, Carlton College’s Professor of Asian Studies and History Adeeb Khalid spoke on the history of the people and their relationship to the Chinese government.

Students gathered at 85 Waterman Street to watch 12 Democratic presidential candidates speak about why they are best suited to lead the nation and take on President Trump in the general election next November.

Metro, News

Students evaluate Democratic presidential candidates

October 16, 2019 Comments are Disabled

Dozens of University students flocked to 85 Waterman St. yesterday for the Brown College Dems’ second primary debate watch party of the year. It was the fourth Democratic presidential debate in a primary race that has been cast as a contest between the progressive and moderate wings of the Democratic party…