This month, I am especially committed to honoring womxn of color.
The term “Reichstag fire” refers to a false premise used by an authority to implement “emergency” or extreme measures.
We need a culture of activism that gives life to conversation.
There’s so much more to life, and even to news, than the trending story. We just need to look for it.
Students and faculty should expect to hear someone who acknowledges the positive and negative traits of the viewpoints they are arguing against.
Claims made in a recent op-ed are brazen and the piece is constructed almost entirely from speculation, hyperbole and anecdote.
A humanitarian crisis is defined by its urgency and its severity. It is also defined by power — who has it and how it is used.
Moving forward, how can we make sure that marginalized groups are included and are at the center of environmental discourse?
A non-exhaustive, comprehensive guide of major discursive blind spots that permeate discussions of current events and how to deal with them.
UR – at its foundation and in its everyday practices – elevates the status of white heterosexual cisgender men at the expense of everyone else.
A response to the article, “Balancing fatherhood and classes: A nontraditional student’s experience at UR."
I am unwilling to hold the president of the U.S. to the same standard as the man on the street, or even a backbencher congresswoman.
The UR College Democrats and College Republicans endorse the resolution to defend speech protected by the First Amendment on campus.
I’ve never felt threatened or intimidated for voicing my conservative beliefs in the classroom or in The Collegian.
We can promote both free speech and inclusivity, but we have to define what that looks like and what we expect from our community.