Courses must push students to grow out of their comfort zones, and more funding for several departments would help accomplish that.
Professors need to prioritize discussing the intersection of their class conversation and ideas of racism and sexuality.
Jessica Krug’s confesion is appalling and deeply offensive, but it only underlines ongoing racial fault lines in the history department.
Activism needs to be complemented by consuming more information from long-form news sources that provide an unbiased account of events, rather than only consuming our friends’ opinions.
Professors who teach sensitive topics like slavery and colonialism should have a keen understanding of how to approach those conversations with care.
Professors should not allow students to use technology in class to ensure that everyone is paying attention to the front of the classroom.
History majors are required to take more classes about American and European history than any other region of the world combined, creating a shortage of history classes on other areas of the world that are equally as important to learn.
Officials need to find a temporary solution for students who rely on Safeway for groceries after it closes next month.
I didn’t sign up to be a spokesperson for India. But in many of my classes, I have been in a position where I am one of few Indian students.