At the ends of the emails she sends students in response to tragedy, University President Teresa Sullivan typically emphasizes how we must “come together as a community.” Though this advice seems appropriate in theory, in practice it is difficult for people to cultivate an environment in which they share complex emotions without fear of judgment or imposition.
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I did not see Black Monologues,but your quote from the performance reveals that it contains racist and offensive language that should be condemned by ...
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- Abe '14 said:
There is NOTHING xenophobic about not wanting these refugees to come to the United States. The U.S. takes in tens of thousands of immigrants every single ...
on Virginia can’t refuse Syrian refugees, nor should it
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When reading/vetting applications for Lawn residency, how does emotional intelligence manifest? Who is making the determination that someone is more or ...
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- Anthropolemic said:
Leftist faculty/admins consumed by the very monsters they created - I fail to see a problem!
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- Moon said:
Apparently there is little enlightenment here. That's too bad. Would some of you sent the St. Louis on its merry way, not allowing its passengers to ...
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