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Lessons from UC Berkeley

Free speech provides for social innovation, checks the power of authority, and reminds us that we are a society of open-mindedness. Free speech is a fundamental prerequisite for a free society, no matter if the ideas expressed are repulsive, offensive, or even revolutionary. Free speech, not violence, can and should also be used as a tool for condemnation of repugnant and immoral ideologies.


America's extroverted bias

The American bias against introverts and preference for extroverts needs to end, not only because it is unfounded but also because it excludes a key part ...


Trumping world peace

At the U.N General Assembly on Monday, President Trump ushered in a new era of American foreign policy with a bellicose speech that, among many other ...


The harder right

With our programming this year, Honor Council will offer some answers, but it’s each student’s responsibility to wrestle with, modify, and internalize ...


Choosing a career path

Every time you see the PCRs walking around and feel a wave of stress and anxiety, take five minutes and google random careers.


Donut holes

A good apophatic theologian understands well the idea that truth and beauty are defined by absence, that a room is made to seem brighter if one corner ...