The Electoral College, he said, has roots in slavery and was created to count slaves as less than people.
The Faculty for Justice have endorsed a list of proposals initially compiled by the Undergraduate Government of BC, which pushed for a revamped free expression policy on campus. This list was discussed at the event.
“For me, I’m black and queer, but I have to choose one,” Taraun Frontis, CSOM ’19, said.
Orenstein said it is time for young women to demand intimate justice in their personal lives.
“My job is to liberate energy and stir people up,” Campbell said.
Chuck Collins emptied his trust fund and started fighting income inequality when he saw the wealth gap first-hand.
“No matter where you end up, you’re going to bring your PULSE experiences with you,” Hayley Trahan-Liptak, BC ’11 and BC Law ’14, said.
Professor Thomas Kaplan-Maxfield noted the inherent human nature of hookup culture, referencing stories like Adam and Eve and how the seeking of something forbidden, as he believes random hookups are viewed, makes hookups all the more inevitable.