Rigorous examination of one’s place in the universe, working to gain new insight and understanding, are precisely the types of activities that should happen at a college.
We need concrete plans and actions on how to move us closer to our aspirations of being a community where free expression is not in opposition to inclusion, but where these two principles work in harmony.
As we welcome back students from break, we also consider the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and our responsibility to make his vision a reality.
When “elite” institutions fail to connect with the fabric of America, we must examine and amend our shortcomings.
During a November when the days feel darkened by more than just our seasonal position relative to the sun, I am grateful for the awesome power of creative thinking and problem solving. When we collectively use our imaginations, we can do more than make the best of a bad situation — we can tame the thestrals around us.