Vandalism is Bigotry, Not a Start for Productive Discourse

I am no free speech absolutist. I do believe in the right to say exactly what you want, but not when people exist in their communities with constant threats to their safety. Language on the surface may be neutral, but when it is followed up by action, especially action that intentionally disregards others’ humanities in an

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To Win, O’Malley Must Rise Above His Lackluster Profile

Two-term Democratic governor of Maryland Martin O’Malley came to Pitzer College to pitch his progressive platform, one that is in many ways indistinguishable from the other candidates in the field. Immigration reform, protection for same sex couples and women, the evening of the playing field, reducing college debt, the list goes on.

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