The Editorial Board is confident in these candidates’ abilities to help UJC promote safety, respect and freedom.
These candidates, while emphatically pragmatic and solution-oriented, embody the creative and realistic outlook necessary to actualize their goals and support students.
In reality, however, the University’s invitation for students to share their connection to this institution is simply further proof of how the status of legacy admissions continue to stain our institution.
When compared with the benefits of investing in affordable housing, the grievances in this lawsuit are little more than the prioritization of small town aesthetics over quality of life.
The meal plan system must be restructured to accommodate a diverse student body by permitting more flexibility for students.
Especially in a university such as our own which proudly lauds our tradition of student self-governance, explicit statements from institutional representatives on contemporary issues can dangerously limit discourses.
We must begin to consider that the current culture of affluence on Grounds may be equally as prohibitive to FGLI students as inaccessible application processes.