Obama’s charisma and ability to bring people together will be remembered with his legacy.
The nation cannot stop fighting for the protection of those who seek out the American dream.
The nation cannot allow itself to be distracted from policy after Trump’s election.
Obama’s legacy should focus on his character, not solely his race.
Unity must come forward in the face of a new president.
In this edition of the Scope, Columbia students reflect on the legacy left behind by the 44th president of the United States.
Protesting shouldn’t be just about reactions, it should be about demanding tangible actions.
“We were ill-equipped to handle an all-consuming situation, and neither of us wanted to be the one to throw in the towel. Sometimes in life, the divide between what we want and what we should do is so great that we often make no effort to close it at all.”
Voluntourism doesn’t help anyone.
FROM THE EDITOR:
I will be the first to say that I know very little about the stress of studying for the infamous organic chemistry final. But I have seen many friends pull hairs out over chemical structures and groan at practice exam scores.