United No More: The United Nations versus the United States
Selective humanitarianism is inherently unhumanitarian.
Dear President Obama: A Reflection on Your Legacy in Africa
Mr. Obama, we adore and admire what you stand for, but we hold you morally accountable for what you have done.
An Interview with Alvin Roth, 2012 Nobel Prize Economist
For a long time, economists seemed to agree with the implicit assumption of your question that we should minimize the ethical judgements we make. I’m not sure that’s a universal position anymore.
An Interview with Peter Robinson, Former Presidential Speechwriter
“The end of the Cold War could not have happened as it did without the resurgence, the renewal, the revitalization of the United States. And I argue that all three of those figures – Milton Friedman, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Buckley – were indispensable to that.”
Sometimes, the greatest damage isn’t inflicted in one day, but over a lifetime of having an identity shoved down your throat.
Ideology: Political Polarization in the Trump Era
Tribalism is so deeply ingrained within each of us that articles encouraging us to leave our echo chambers seem to miss the point.
The Carters to the Rescue: EVERYTHING IS LOVE
This is the independent manifesto of The Carters; holistically, methodically and marvelously.
On Planning Your Summer Internship, Two Years Away
Companies know that, even should they alienate one applicant, they will have countless others, affording them the opportunity to push ever more rigorous and restrictive requirements.
Ivory Conservatives: Part II, The Students
In order to engender a greater presence among undergraduate student bodies, conservatives must first recognize that the very policies they champion are doing them a disservice on college campuses.
Sentient Beings: The Case for Veganism
Once you accept that animals are sentient beings, there can be no real argument that animals are not suffering in our ‘supply chain.’
Facts Matter: On Student Activism and the Endowment
"When activists hold themselves to a higher standard, they force those in power to consider and address their legitimate accusations."
Ditch Disenfranchisement: Restore Felons’ Rights to Vote
"Even after leaving life behind bars, former felons continue to be punished over and over again."
After Shootings, Adapting New Policies for Increased School Security
“Four months into 2018, there have already been 20 school shootings in the U.S. Once a week, students at one unlucky school are exposed to the dangers of gun violence.”
Politics of #WalkUpNotOut
Students, generally speaking, are in school to learn, not to be crisis counselors, psychologists, or even outreach officers.