In anticipation of Sophia Coppola’s return to Hollywood with “Priscilla,” film columnist Hannah Elliot SC ‘24 looks back on Coppola’s magnum opus: “Lost in Translation.”
We need more support and research targeted toward APIDA communities, who suffer from greater mental health stigma and bicultural stress, argues Kenny Le PZ ’25.
America must step away from their preoccupation with 9/11 to address more pressing internal threats, argues Sae Furukawa PO ’25.
Voters must hold President Biden to his campaign promise to pass a public option, so that America can finally achieve the goal of universal health coverage, writes Nicholas Black PO ’24.
Closing the Guantanamo Bay detention camp represents respect for basic freedom and human rights in America, writes Rakesh Peddibhotla PZ ‘24.
In light of the Trump administration’s policy change making it harder for international students to stay in the country, we need to recognize how vital international students are to the American college experience, argues Ebenezer Mensah PO ’23
New York embodies everything I imagined America to be: fast-paced, with bright lights and lots of interesting people.