“Superblanch” Is Not As Super As It Seems

As I stood by waiting for my order, I watched as the chef working in the kitchen filled orders without wearing gloves. This chef picked up both raw meat and vegan patties with his bare hands and then proceeded to pick up a hand-full of french fries from the fryer basket followed by carrying hamburger buns all without gloves or washing his hands in between.

By Katie Prince ‘19

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Segregation on Our Campus

Is there still racism on campus? Not much, at least not to the visible eye. That said, is there still racial and cultural segregation? Absolutely. The question is: does it matter?

By Christi Murkherjee

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Legitimizing Prejudice

I think we ought not to be afraid of admitting our ignorance. Assumptions—even if born out of the most credible of sources—are, nonetheless, assumptions.

By Ale Cabazas

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Gun Violence: An Epidemic

The need for gun control is critical as this health issue continues to threaten and claim the lives of children and adolescents--specifically those of color--and is turning educational spaces into virtual prisons.

By Sophie Desnoyers ‘19

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Gun Violence in America

There is something very wrong about the fact that any person can easily get a gun and kill roughly twenty people in a school or a movie theatre.

By Falere Fagoroye ‘19

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