It should be clear that any attack on any human is injustice; it is our moral obligation to free ourselves from these narrow walls, to recognize the humanity in one another and raise our voices against all forms of violence.
We, people who wish to see Israel exist as a healthy democracy, have to confront the reality that Israel has undergone an incredibly alarming rightward shift in recent years, and that Palestinians have paid the price for it.
We all should be wary of efforts to use legitimate grief and fear over the war to advance an old agenda that aims at the freedom that makes academic life so valuable.
There is no reason the U.S. should be aiding Israel and abetting war crimes. Yet the massacre of innocents goes on.
I expect WashU students to condemn when dangerous rhetoric is spread, regardless of who it’s from.
We must protect the value universities offer as spaces for mobilizing against injustice and critiquing ongoing forms of oppression.
Student coalition calls for an October 25th walkout
When I have highlighted the racism I’ve experienced, the political science department has flat-out refused to acknowledge the issues at stake.
During the initial COVID shutdown and for the ensuing year, there was the never-before opportunity to physically slow down. This will sound strange, but bear with me: those months were some of the most enjoyable of my college experience.
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