UPDATE Dec. 12 Editor's Note: This discussion occurred before there were any revelations of mistakes in the Rolling Stone article "A Rape on Campus." Opinion Editor Christina Coleburn and Deputy Sports Editor Tony Chau discuss fraternity culture and its correlation to sexual assault. The video is...
Roles should showcase the full spectrum of diversity and complexity in Asian-American populations.Read more »
Discrimination in literature is a deplorable and contradictory disservice to the field.Read more »
A thriving energy industry is useless when the earth and people that support it suffer in its name.Read more »
Social media users will not replace journalists, but the world is beginning to see a symbiosis between the two groups of newsmakers.Read more »
While liberals may outnumber conservatives at universities, the lack of instances of legitimate indoctrination and increasingly corporatized model of higher education demonstrate that the collegiate “continuum of leftism” is not as genuine as D’Souza suggests.Read more »
As of this semester, a discussion group for administrators called White Administrators Talk Race now meets every other week in the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs Student Lounge. There is also a related student group called Unpacking Whiteness that meets every other Wednesday in the Kimm...
There are several steps students at NYU should take to stand in solidarity with the students in Mexico, both those who have gone missing and those taking to the streets to bring about reform.Read more »
Citizens need to decide whether privacy infringement is a cost worth paying in exchange for diminished civil liberties.Read more »
Regardless of opinions on immigration policy, passions must be tempered with pragmatism.Read more »
Common Core may have a variety of issues, but a prevalent critique against the educational standards is ironically misguided.Read more »
Adequate education is key in ensuring that teens are properly educated before they become sexually active.Read more »