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Telegram messages from the Columbus Proud Boys suggest that defenders of the extremist hate group exist within the local police department. By Zurie Pope In November, the First Unitarian Universalist Church and Red Oak Community School in Columbus, Ohio, announced a “Holi-Drag Storytime” event where drag queens would read books to children and perform holiday-themed dances. […]
If your family has questions about Biden’s student loan debt relief over the holidays, here’s how you can respond. By Ian Franza and Sean Tonra It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Folks everywhere are getting ready to spend quality time with friends and family for the holidays—perhaps some of their first large gatherings since the Covid-19 […]
The board of trustees is one of the most influential decision-making bodies on a campus, yet many of them lack adequate student representation. By Sena Wazer At many universities, the board of trustees is the most important decision-making body on campus, overseeing the school’s budget, selecting presidents, and deciding the range of climate action the university pursues. The […]
After an intruder sexually assaulted a dorm resident, students at American University walked out en masse to expose their school’s inaction. By Finley Muratova and Enrique Colon Content warning: This article contains mentions of sexual violence. “People are taking scissors with them to the shower in case someone sinister enters the bathroom,” said Mahita Desaraju, a freshman at American […]
It’s been 34 years since grad students at Yale University first tried to organize. Now, these workers are on the cusp of forming a labor union. By Yash Roy For Clare Fentress and other graduate student workers at Yale University, unionization would help secure livable wages, better health care, and independent grievance systems. But most importantly, forming a union […]
There are nearly 1 million international students in the United States. Most want to stay in the country after graduation, yet less than half are able to do so. By Madeline Armstrong Eve Alas Moran, a recent Hofstra University graduate, came to the United States to pursue her dream of becoming a professional dancer—a career, she […]