A Biden presidency, while representing a break from Trump, does not represent a break from the injustice that dominates America.
Students who declared their major early should not be punished for their proactivity – they should be allowed to follow the new requirements.
Pass up on seeing your extended family this Thanksgiving to make sure your loved ones are safe and healthy for the next one.
Once it becomes widely and equitably available, administrators must require students to receive the vaccine if they want to come back to campus.
Asian Americans like myself need to stand with affirmative action and “race-conscious” admissions and put the needs of the many over our needs of the few.
White House staffers have helped to spread racism, bigotry and xenophobia – they cannot be allowed to hide in academia and promote those beliefs.
Encampments are a safe space, especially during a pandemic. City officials must protect that now more than ever.
Jack Evans’ legacy will hang over Pinto’s seat until she proves that she is a working in the interest of Ward 2 residents and not herself.
It’s lonely to be an international student right now, but professors could do more to make them feel like they’re making the most of the semester.
Black students are not demanding a grandiose student experience, but are simply asking for meaningful investment in our community.