Members of Students for Justice in Palestine explain why viewing Israel as an apartheid state is essential to understanding the Arab-Israeli conflict.
In order to experience Bacchanal correctly, we must adhere to community guidelines that promote a healthy and safe environment.
Jewish students who stand in solidarity with Palestine should not be overshadowed by Aryeh.
Despite the obvious tension, discussions during Apartheid Week should not be censored.
In order to create a positive school culture, we need educators as diverse as the students they serve.
During Israel Apartheid Week, some students will be making the claim that Israel is an apartheid state. But Israel is no more an apartheid state than the infamous dress is white and gold.
Do not blame the Bacchanal committee for the ticket prices—the issue extends beyond pricing. In fact, it's just a reflection of an administrative failure to take steps against sexual assault on campus.
There is no hypocrisy in noting that our systems of production and transportation have made fossil fuels virtually mandatory in everyday life. The University must step up to say that the science we teach and practice is not to be blithely ignored.
Broadway is not a boundary, but an artery of our neighborhood. We ought to embrace participatory budgeting as a viable means of immersing ourselves into the fabric of our community.