Necessary Nationalism
Opinion / Political

Necessary Nationalism

By MRUNMAYI JOSHI, political columnist In recent years, there has been a resurgence in nationalistic politics, specifically the far-right populism that swept leaders like Donald Trump, Jair Bolsonaro, and Vladimir Putin into office. This sort of nationalism often manifests itself in policies that are anti-immigration and anti-trade—in short, modern nationalism tends to isolate countries. Most … Continue reading

An Ideal Come True
News / Opinion / Political

An Ideal Come True

By HARI AMOOR, junior Throughout this ongoing presidential campaign, Senator Bernie Sanders has gained the support of many people, especially minority groups and younger voters. The central foundations of his campaign include his idea to refinance higher education for young people in America. The plan, which aims to eliminate undergraduate tuition at public colleges and … Continue reading

Crossing the Line
Opinion / Political

Crossing the Line

By CHRISTOPHER XIE, political columnist Is it racist to call someone “black”? Must there always be a sensationalistic and disruptive demonstration to follow whenever an alleged racial or homophobic event occurs? These are questions that have been increasingly asked by the public in recent years. In the decades following the Civil Rights Movement of the … Continue reading