Op-Ed

Paralleling the Past

“Hopefully, in the coming months, the world’s new bevy of leaders will realize the awesome extent of their powers and scale back rhetoric and policies that escalate tensions, provoke conflict, and stir up instability along ethnic, religious, and cultural lines.” […]

Blog

Duck Duck Goose: TU/TD

Long after the coronation of the Duck Boot royalty on the Heights, a new flying force has arrived on campus. The flock of geese, hailing from the friendly northern region of Canada, has been amassing for weeks. […]

Op-Ed

China’s Troubling Economy

“The Chinese economy, though in certaın aspects open, is still ultimately controlled and desıgned to benefit the communist elite. China’s economic liberalizatıon is more easily understood as a form of crony capitalism, rather than a truly liberal economy wıth far reaching benefits.” […]