Governing boards should be more forthcoming about their allocation of funds.
Columbia needs to make a sincere effort to atone for its destruction of Harlem.
This week, Richard Whiddington is a bench.
Regardless of personal religious beliefs, interfaith dialogue will enhance your communicative and diplomatic skills.
Science can be “humanized,” and we can find meaning in it when we relate it to human existence.
“Wait your turn” and other phrases used to temporarily quiet and police lead to censorship and silence.
Profile pictures from past should not be a source of shame.
I once thought senior year might feel like a ceremonial last lap. I’d finally have everything figured out, I’d finally be exactly who I wanted to be. I’d say the farewells that needed to be said, I’d cherish old friendships and make some new ones.
As Ivy Leaguers, we can’t do anything we choose.