“This has to be resolved on the basis of political, legal, moral, human terms. There is no other solution,” Palestinian legislator Hanan Ashrawi said. […]
“After every run, Jack says, ‘Thanks, you really pushed me!’ Or ‘I don’t know how I would have done that without you!’ In reality, it was always Jack pushing me to be a faster runner, or to be more mentally tough,” said friend-turned-personal trainer Julia Olson, MCAS ’19. […]
The town hall will begin with a panel discussion addressing questions concerning her career, President Donald Trump’s administration, and issues pertinent to college students. […]
Markey explained that part of the reason the March for Our Lives was so powerful was that it focused entirely on the next generation of leaders. […]
The walkout, part of the broader #NeverAgain movement, aimed to make the lives and safety of students a priority in Congress, and ensure that gun violence in schools and communities around the United States ends. […]
“Dan has always had great relationships with a lot of the students, and we thought it would be a good idea to bring him back, so that we have another person involved in those conversations and to consult with as we look at [what] we’re doing,” Jones said. […]
Students discussed topics they are passionate about, ranging from concussion research or sex trafficking to the existence of free will or the value of uncertainty.
John Michalczyk discussed the origin of the word “genocide” and countries’ hesitation to use the term, saying that modern U.S. presidents are afraid to label the Armenian Genocide, now over a century old, because they do not want to alienate the Turkish government. […]