The 43 Society will always be here supporting you, whether you see us or not.
We don’t have to be trans to understand the alienation that comes from being prohibited from being who you are.
Ellis was into "cancel culture” when it was a tool of the right-wing to suppress topics such as gay rights that they saw as a threat.
I know Mr. Ellis and can assure the misguided students who composed this scurrilous missive that he is the polar opposite of their characterization.
As students and faculty leave the University Grounds for the summer, it’s valuable to remember other institutional leaders whom they can influence whether they’re on campus or not.
Those of us who support free speech do so, in part, because, in a democratic society, none of us can see the whole truth and all of us benefit from being exposed to perspectives that may comprehend some aspect of the truth better than we do.
"To offer only a digital contextualization is to assert the primacy of technology and play into this detachment and commodification of the land."
A third-year College student responds to an Opinion Columnist's argument that college leftists are "gaining an authoritarian streak" in regards to their interpretation of the First Amendment.
We know that the road to an equitable, sustainable food system requires many voices and it challenges us all to make different decisions.
We acknowledge the magnitude of strength necessary to continue the commitment to your studies during these unprecedented times, and we hope that the results of this hard work are in your favor.