Putting names, personalities, and lives to theories that are often presented as lifeless graphs and equations can prove to encourage typically uninterested students to pick up economics.
It is high time that Christians take a strong response on violent Christianism and white supremacy in America. A strong response would emphatically state why these violent ideals do not align with the faith.
Given the violent contestations over land and economic power endemic to the post-Civil War United States, Hamer’s efforts were nothing short of radical.
Only then can we bridge the disconnect between those who make policy and those whom the policy affects.
Because to do all that we can to “solve” the climate crisis is to embody the values we praise and to realize the world we want to live in: one that cares about people and planet, profits be damned.
A hard-left swing will not only dissuade moderate voters who are otherwise fed up with Trump, but will also rally the Republican base around fears of socialism and draconian wealth redistribution.
Senior Leah Abrams, The Chronicle's Editorial Page Editor, hosts a live discussion with two columnists—Alice Dai and Elliott Davis—following the Democratic Party's Presidential Debate.
The decision to allocate space (or not) to student groups, the design of our living spaces, the donations given to certain construction projects but not others, the defacement of cultural spaces, the threats against those that ask for recognition—these are the markers of a University steeped in “white supremacy and cultural imperialism.”