Climate change is the fault of corporations, but changing personal consumption still can help combat the effects, argues Ben Reicher PO ’22.
We need to build unity around progressive policies and not just settle for bipartisanship, says Aarushi Phalke PO ’24.
The Red Ribbon Campaign’s silence on racial issues and support of problematic figures and organizations fail to effectively tackle the problem of drug abuse, argues Luciénne Reyes PZ ‘24.
Apocalyptic narratives ultimately hinder hope and progress in the fight against climate change, argues Ben Reicher PO ’22.
Although it may feel like COVID-19 came out of nowhere, the meat industry, among other human practices, created the perfect conditions for new highly infectious diseases to arise. Going vegetarian could help prevent a future pandemic, says Max Proctor CM ’22.
People need to start bringing more awareness to anti-Asian hate crimes during the pandemic; and they need to re-examine the historical biases that shaped Asian Americans’ socioeconomic positions in society, says Jadyn Lee SC ’24.
We’ve come to a point where it’s impossible to separate politics from your personal values and moral code, so caring about who someone votes for shouldn’t be treated as irrational, writes Emma Mansour SC ’24.
Joe Biden is far from a solution to America’s issues, and we need to do more to make substantive progress, says Sam Hernandez PO ’24.
The ease with which false information spreads on the left is dangerous, and liberals must pay more attention, writes Kristen Lu, CM ’24.
If immigrants want to change the harmful expectations imposed on them, they must first accept themselves, argues Phillip Kong PO ’24.