Biden isn’t transforming America’s immigration system; Instead, we should support more direct aid for immigrants, says Nicholas Black PO ’24.
Russia’s response to President Biden calling Vladimir Putin a “killer” recalls classic tactics used by the Soviet Union and many other authoritarian regimes to obfuscate criticism of their human rights records, argues Ben Reicher PO ’22.
Coffee is in danger of shortage. To preserve the industry, we must think of our coffee more holistically; considering the surprisingly complicated environmental and economic processes that lie behind it, writes Ryan Lillestrand PZ ’23.
By approaching apologies through the lens of restorative justice, we place value in growth over retribution, writes Stella Favaro PO ’23.
Aging is a normal bodily process; Embracing rather than resisting it is a form of body positivity, writes Mishaal Ijaz.
OPINION: America’s public lands are under attack. Everyone who recreates on public lands has a responsibility to protect them, writes Kyle Greenspan PZ ’23
Ben Reicher PO ’22 argues that America’s traditional foreign policy approach relies too heavily on individual leaders.
OPINION: Women are not given recognition for accomplishments in sports, as exemplified this week by both the NCAA and individuals at the 5Cs. It’s time to give female athletes the respect they deserve, argues Abby Loiselle PO ’23.
OPINION: Giving more sympathy to caregivers who commit filicide against people with disabilities is ableist and unfair to the filicide victims, Luciénne Reyes ’24 writes.
OPINION: Progressives should not label themselves as democratic socialists if they uphold capitalism, says Sam Hernandez PO ’24