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March 20, 2023
Do University Farms Truly Teach Sustainability?
The number of student food gardens has risen dramatically at prestigious urban and suburban colleges, but these campus farms should be wary of overstating their impact.
March 17, 2023
To Keep Grad Students From Unionizing, Duke University Wants to Change the Rules
After the Duke Graduate Students Union filed for an election, the university announced that it would challenge the NLRB decision from 2016 that granted graduate workers across the country the right to organize.
March 14, 2023
How Kanye West Helped to Embolden Anti-Semites on College Campuses
The ADL recently tracked around 30 cases of anti-Semitic harassment, vandalism, and banner drops that directly reference Ye, many of which took place at high schools and universities.
March 2, 2023
Can Artificial Intelligence Help Cool the Planet?
To some activists, ChatGPT seems like a useful tool for the climate movement. But skeptics warn that the benefits are outweighed by the costs—including misinformation and increased emissions.
February 27, 2023
The Student Debt Cancellation Movement Is About to Face Its Toughest Fight Yet
On February 28, advocates for student debt relief will rally outside the Supreme Court as the oral arguments for
Biden v. Nebraska
Department of Education. v. Brown
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February 20, 2023
How Change Is Actually Made on Campus
When Princeton University announced its decision to divest its $35 billion endowment, the role of student activists was erased. Proper recognition matters for future generations of organizers.
February 16, 2023
How DACA Helped This Student Achieve His Dreams
Born in Uganda to Pakistani parents, Fahad Paryani came to the US at the age of 3. Because of DACA, he’s now a full-time medical researcher at Columbia University.
February 15, 2023
I Wanted to Attend a Specialized High School. Imposter Syndrome Almost Stopped Me.
In 2018, only 3.6 percent of Black students who took the SHSAT in New York City received an offer to a specialized high school. I felt like I wouldn’t belong.
February 13, 2023
It’s Time for Democrats to Actually Defend LGBTQ People
While the GOP’s crusade against the queer community intensifies, LGBTQ rights were scarcely mentioned during Biden’s State of the Union address.
February 10, 2023
Inside the Campaign to Unionize the University of Oregon
If the Oregon workers are successful, they believe they will be the nation’s largest undergraduate student union at a public university.