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Rahman ’26: Brown must adopt institutional neutrality

In a hearing before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, then-Presidents Liz Magill of Penn and Claudine Gay of Harvard, as well as President Sally Kornbluth of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, were asked if “calling for the genocide of Jews” violates each president’s ...

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Chang ’27: Paying CCB members is a misguided idea

The purpose of the Class Coordinating Board is to plan events. Yet, despite being an organization that is supposed to represent the student body, CCB has a track record of being undemocratic. I find it concerning that members of CCB are now attempting to compensate themselves using University funds. ...

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Sandhu ‘25: Shiny object syndrome plagues our generation

In a fast-paced world, our generation’s obsession with the new is pervasive. From the latest smartphone to fleeting fashion trends, we have grown up in a society caught in an incessant cycle of novelty. This fixation with the new has become deeply ingrained in our culture, shaping our consumer behaviors, ...


Aizenberg ’26: In Defense of Ryan Lochte

During the 2016 Rio Olympics, American swimmers Ryan Lochte, Jimmy Feigen, Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz were robbed on their way back from a club. Their taxi was pulled over by individuals posing as police officers who ordered the intoxicated swimmers to the ground and stole their wallets. Lochte had ...


Threats to NATO should be taken seriously

This year, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) turns seventy-five. In the course of its lifetime, NATO has seen the fall of the Berlin Wall, the end of the Cold War and, more recently, the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Indeed, NATO has played a key role in American and global geopolitics for ...

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