The University’s next steps should be to attract students who reside in the midwest and northwest parts of the United States to bring some change to campus.
Kneeling has never been about the U.S. armed forces and it doesn’t make sense to make it about them now.
Although there is nothing wrong with women supporting women, it is important for us to remain critical.
It’s time for Asian-Americans to break down our minority image. We’ve experienced our share of discrimination, and that’s why we should speak up for others.
Viewers must remember that they are being fed something that is coming from the minds of writers and directors, not doctors and specialists.
Multicultural organizations should respect students’ cultural autonomy by not assuming they’re interested just because they come from a shared background.
Everything is good in moderation, even politics. But rarely do I hear students wanting to compromise or engage with people they don’t agree with.
Students should learn more about the heartland before they make assumptions about the people who live there.
For students from more rural areas, or with financial responsibilities, taking on an internship isn’t feasible – and that’s OK.