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War and Peace
Guns and Gun Control
August 26, 2016
Why Thousands of Texas Students Carried Dildos to Class This Week
What’s the best weapon against a handgun? Sometimes, a dildo.
August 24, 2016
It’s Official: Graduate Students Can Unionize
A landmark ruling has affirmed that graduate students at private universities are workers, and can organize as such.
July 18, 2016
Young People on the Streets of Cleveland and Philadelphia
For many young people who took their first step into activism this primary campaign, mobilizing in opposition to Trump at the RNC is both a moral obligation and a chance to test their power.
July 12, 2016
How Student Movements for Racial Justice Can Survive Summer Break
Administrators count on summer break to subdue campus activism, but student groups across Seattle aren’t letting that happen.
July 7, 2016
Sweet 16: The Case for Lowering the Voting Age
Teens and young voters across the country have lowered the voting age in several cities — and they're setting their sights on DC.
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May 23, 2016
Will the Millennial Movement Rebuild the Ivory Tower or Be Crushed by It?
School administrators absorb student demands into an increasingly market-oriented system of higher education.
May 20, 2016
Note to Media: Black Lives Matter Is Not a ‘Get Out the Vote’ Campaign
So stop asking how it affects the black-youth vote, and stop judging it by goals it never claimed.
May 11, 2016
Don DeLillo’s American Dream
His recent protagonists dream only of money, except perhaps for the technological advances that will allow them to go on acquiring it indefinitely.
May 5, 2016
Why I Wouldn’t Go to the University of Texas Law School
Come August 1, the concept of trigger warnings will take on a literal meaning on Texas college campuses.
May 2, 2016
Making Sense of the Boston Public Schools Walkout
The Boston Public Schools have been under sustained budget cuts for several years. This year students decided they'd had enough.