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You Don’t Get To Tell Me I’m White

You Don’t Get To Tell Me I’m White

November 14, 2018

I’m a minority in the United States, but I’m also a minority among minorities. I’m a member of so many cultures that I belong to none.

You Voted, Now Keep Voting

You Voted, Now Keep Voting

November 14, 2018

Do something. Do anything to participate in our political process. Go to protests. Show up to town halls. Heck, run for office yourself.

Contraception: Fordham’s Public Health Problem

November 14, 2018

Condoms are the most effective form of protection against STDs and diseases like HIV/AIDS. The fact that our university doesn’t provide them is a public health concern.

End Birthright Citizenship — But Fix Naturalization, Too

End Birthright Citizenship — But Fix Naturalization, Too

November 14, 2018

The United States and its progressive neighbor Canada are the world’s only developed countries (as defined by the International Monetary Fund) which grant unrestricted citizenship to children of noncitizens.

Invisible Disabilities: Professors, Take Note

Invisible Disabilities: Professors, Take Note

November 14, 2018

Professors, please understand that it is completely within your right to reject certain accommodations of students with disabilities. But in doing so you may be losing a promising student and their contributions.

Climate Change Is Worse Than You Think

Climate Change Is Worse Than You Think

November 14, 2018

To call this a climate catastrophe would be a gross understatement; even our most severe labels seem paltry when compared to the enormity of the issue.

No, We Shouldn’t Embrace Socialism

No, We Shouldn’t Embrace Socialism

November 14, 2018

Economics aside, the very concept of socialism, even “democratic” socialism, is immoral.

Thanksgiving: The Holiday of Moral Qualms

Thanksgiving: The Holiday of Moral Qualms

November 14, 2018

The holiday, sufficiently dreadful on its own, continues to find ways to absorb other weaker sources of gloom, much like an imploding star.

The Rise of a Tyrant: Start Caring About Bolsonaro

The Rise of a Tyrant: Start Caring About Bolsonaro

November 14, 2018

He would rather his son die in a car accident than be gay. He told a woman she was “too ugly to be raped.” His name is J...

Staff Editorial: Vigilance in Victory

Staff Editorial: Vigilance in Victory

November 14, 2018

Americans voting in large numbers was fantastic, but those voters organizing all year long will result in changes like never before.

We’re Not Selling Anything: Identity Crisis and Student Fundraising

We’re Not Selling Anything: Identity Crisis and Student Fundraising

November 7, 2018

One Sunday morning earlier this year, a man I’ll never see screamed at me through my headset. “St...

I Hate Dogs and I Am Not a Horrible Human Being

I Hate Dogs and I Am Not a Horrible Human Being

November 7, 2018

2018 is almost over, and with it will come the end of the year of the dog. Halle-freakin-lujah. These...

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