Polarization is like seventh grade. You are growing up, but now you have acne.
This University’s mission statement trumpets our “real leadership in all we do,” but if we tackle our ensnarement in fossil combustion gradually, rather than reexamining our fundamental modes of being, there will be nothing left to lead.
Students often poke fun at humanities degrees, but my philosophy and ethics class have been the most rewarding.
Straight, upper-class, white men (and often white women) are excused for being dismissive, brusque and outright rude when people without these privileged identities acting in the same way face serious consequences.
Without fighting their unconscious effects, these health aids transform into our masters.