Dear Frats, Stop Appropriating My Greek Culture
It’s Not All Greek to Me
Facebook Authorized Advertisers to Create Ads for Anti-Semites
A hands-off vetting process allowed advertisers to target neo-Nazis and members of the far-right
Donald’s Punching Bags
How Trump’s scathing rhetoric makes us sympathize with those we usually scorn
Freedom of Speech: Counterpoint
Freedom of expression in all its forms, no matter what is said and to whom, is an absolutist argument for the best possible marketplace of ideas.
Let’s Put Blame Where Blame is Due
Why policing, not protesting, should be the aim of our critiques
What Justifies the Use of Executive Orders? It Depends
Between Obama and Trump, a stark divide exists in the nature of their use
My Voice, My Choice
Having grown up in a democratic country ruled by the people for the people, it’s pretty crazy that I would actually enjoy having fundamental rights such as freedom of speech.
Death by Nuclear War (Almost)
Trump’s bellicose rhetoric, though problematic, did not solely cause today’s North Korean crisis.
The Statue Formerly Known as Columbus
The statue of Columbus should come down, but one of Prince shouldn’t replace it
Seeing Through a Stranger’s Eyes
Virtual reality and humanitarian awareness