Frontiers of Science should be about asking questions, not memorizing facts.
We can’t contextualize Freud, Marx, Du Bois, de Beauvoir; we shouldn’t contextualize the Core, either.
So much of art is confined to museums and kept separate from our everyday lives. However, cooking is an art that is both an integral part of life and a creative means of connecting with one another.
We should form solidarities on the basis of a transcendent moral vision, not simple group sentiments.
The internship cycle in Washington, D.C. is tempting. But if you really want to get things done, consider interning for nongovernmental organizations.
In our day-to-day lives, there are those phrases we say
Automatically. Things like, “How was your day?”
“Did you have a good weekend?” “What is your name?”
We repeat and repeat: an unconscious refrain.
But some of the questions in our college culture
Columbia’s policy toward undocumented students is difficult to determine and prevents talented students from applying. By welcoming them with programs and spaces designed to see them succeed, the University can foster the talents of these students.
The different bodies of thought within the western world hold as many untapped intellects and ideas as those outside of it—is the Core that bad?
AJ Stoughton proposes a reconfiguration of how American Jews hope for a new Israel-Palestine.