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by Jesse Sanchez columnist We hear the oft-cited 77 cents on the dollar statistic put forth as a primary argument for mainstream feminism. Shattering the proverbial “glass ceiling” is important, but the trut is more complex than that. When we get intersectional* (as we always should)

by Jesse Sanchez staff writer After reading a recent article by Cody Charles titled the “Ten Counterproductive Behaviors of Social Justice Educators,” I gave some thought to how social justice advocacy looks on campus. It’s been a topic in CM training, the Mosaics Mentoring programming for students

by Misha Radonjic, Staff Writer The authors of “The Coddling of the American Mind” point out in their article for The Atlantic, “Don’t teach students “what” to think; teach them “how” to think.” No doubt, universities would serve a dubious role if they only provided students with

by Jesse Sanchez, columnist Social media has become a firestorm of anticipation surrounding the upcoming presidential election. While the Republican primary is a mess of candidates, most of whose names I can’t remember, the Democratic competition between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton (and O’Malley, I guess)