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Don’t underestimate the power of students

Madelyn Schorr

November 18, 2015

Today students are typecast as self-absorbed, apathetic and out of touch with problems plaguing society. Pundits and parents say we spend too much time on Snapchat and Twitter and not enough time studying or getting involved in...

A note to white progressives

Kyle Campbell

September 9, 2015

In the wake of the Ferguson riots in the Spring of 2014, over a hundred UA students associated with the Black Lives Matter movement orchestrated a “die-in” in the Ferguson Center, during which they laid down on the floor of...

Student protests protect speech

Matthew Bailey

February 22, 2015

Student protests of individuals chosen to speak at their schools, especially commencement speakers, have increased over the past few years. Many have considered these protests to be an attack on the free exchange of ideas. How...

Students, faculty protest social inequality

Sydney Newman

October 20, 2011

A group of students and faculty assembled outside Foster Auditorium to hold a peaceful protest march from the Malone-Hood Plaza to the Ferguson Center Plaza on Wednesday. The protesters represented numerous campus organizations, et...

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