Members of the 5Cs’ boards of trustees have donated more than $7.3 million to political candidates and committees since 2015, a TSL analysis of Federal Election Commission data found.
Computer science professor Mike Izbicki discusses conscientious objection, teaching in North Korea, and machine learning for social change.
The media fixates on the lurid personal details of Donald Trump’s administration, while ignoring other stories of much greater importance.
In this week’s TV column, Claire DuMont SC ’23 reviews “The Politician” and its perplexing portrait of the American political system. She writes, “I was surprised to watch the trailer and discover that the show was actually about teenagers, not adult politicians … in a time so fraught with political disillusionment, politics can be like high school drama.”
Diversity, complex as it may be, must include an ideological component in order to properly represent the wide variety of identities people hold.
Local journalism has faced extraordinary challenges over the last two decades, leading to the closure or consolidation of nearly 20% of local papers since
Unequal media attention gives some candidates an unfair advantage in public opinion. It’s time we change that.
Shayok Chakraborty PO ’19 won a race to be a state Democratic delegate in a recount, after narrowly losing the race in the initial count.
Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is running for president again in 2020. It’s time that we take him seriously as a candidate.
In the digital age, social media has called into question everything we believe about free speech. That’s according to Andrew Marantz, a journalist and