Amid the climate crisis, Ty Rocker PZ ’23 argues against an anthropocentric view of Earth, describing how nature might regenerate on its own.
Educators who co-opt racial identities to advance themselves are incredibly hypocritical, writes Kristen Lu CM ’24.
RBG’s passing is a moment for revolutionary thinking –– we need to restructure systems of power, says Aarushi Phalke PO ’24.
After Greek schools shut down just days after reopening, Leah Voudouri PO ’24 contends that COVID-19 finds schools ill-prepared to reopen.
First-year Emma Mansour SC ’24 argues that an online semester lacking the complete on-campus college experience is not worth full tuition.
Local activism is more effective in helping disadvantaged communities than Trump’s Opportunity Zones program, says Sam Hernandez PO ’24.
After taking part in Justice Education Initiative courses at the 5Cs, Chris Meng PO ’23 urges the implementation of justice courses in K-12.
It will take more than voting in the 2020 election to fix the U.S.’s problems, making voting less than the panacea it’s often touted as.
Michelle Lum HM ’23 describes how recent wildfires on the West Coast present a stark reality of a world undergoing climate change.
Sara Acevedo PO ’21 urges 5C students to vote for Joe Biden in the upcoming presidential election if they want to help Puerto Rico.