The year is 2015 and after a surprise tech power-move by the Turks (that NOBODY saw coming) humans have gained the ability to time travel. The break-down of initial users are as follows: 10% scientists, 5% historians, 3% morally bankrupt pranksters who want to permanently spook ancient children with megaphones, and 82% Game of Thrones fans itching to get back into the middle-ages. … Read more
When it comes to campus discussion, particularly on topics such as racism and classism, the question always comes up, what is the most effective way to go about facilitating it? Issues such as these do exist (whether covertly or in your face) and it is important for the student body to not only talk about them but work actively to dismantle their presence here. … Read more
Respect isn’t a passive activity. It involves a willingness to engage with the possibility that your beliefs and opinions aren’t automatically true or right, or are without the possibility of improvement. Respect requires humility, a fact we at Williams often overlook. That’s not to say we are always disrespectful, but that often civility reigns where respect should. … Read more
So I’m black, yet I like Bloomberg.
What should I do? … Read more