“The rise of illiberalism is nothing new, but its resurgence is a tour de force, and a scary one at that. And as President Donald Trump has just received his 100-day report card, we would be wise to consider his similarities with the aforementioned cohort.”
“Many instantly connect the strike with a policy of regime change, and I don’t see why this should be the case.”
“You can’t just overfund the military and use it to make bad things go away. It isn’t zero-sum, and we can’t solve our problems with a stick alone.”
Tracy Regan, associate professor of economics, found it interesting that Trump did not publically back the American Health Care Act, contrasting it with his usual tendency to use his name for marketing.
“Regardless of what this administration believes, diversity is what already does, and always will, make this country great.”
“This inequality is real, and it is harmful and insulting to half of the American population, a half that works just as hard as the other.”
“What’s certain is that these changes will bring disruption and displacement. They will test humans’ adaptability, especially since we cannot necessarily envision or conceptualize what they mean at this point in time.”
“It is imperative that Planned Parenthood continue to be allowed to provide the services that it currently offers to women and men alike.”
Last Friday, Mayor Marty Walsh spoke at the Immigrant and Refugee Community Forum to address the growing concerns within the Boston community regarding President Donald Trump’s statements about immigrants and religious groups.
Spring Break is creeping up on BC like a lion on the prowl, ready to pounce and feast upon the motivation, bank accounts, and morality of the student body.