For a fruitful educational and developmental experience, strive for that which seems impossible but is feasible with a steadfast dedication to the concept of free speech we all look to champion: a ...
“If you don’t want to be engaged – if you don’t want to confront oppression – your role as an intellectual is pointless.” — Bassel al-Araj We write as graduating students, and when this is published, ...
The Arts Quad is no longer dotted with colorful tents. The Coalition for Mutual Liberation voluntarily took down its pro-Palestine encampment on Monday, two and a half weeks after it was initially ...
On the night of my 21st birthday, I stood in my living room with a circle of friends around me. As the clock struck midnight, they toasted their glasses of champagne. My glass was filled with water.
After two and a half weeks on the Arts Quad, the Coalition for Mutual Liberation ended its “Liberation Zone” encampment on Monday. But the fight for Cornell’s divestment from companies ...
It is well-past time for Cornell – if not the leadership, then the rest of us — to hold its ground. Because the fight for higher education is just getting started.
After Tristan Ahtone, Robert Lee and Margaret Pearce published their research on Land-Grab Universities in their exposé for High Country News in 2020, Cornell University could no longer hide.
Here, Beswick describes how the Occupy Wall Street movement refused to list demands: “[F]or folks on the ground in Occupy, it was the actual occupation itself that was the demand. ‘This is the ...
Prof. John Siliciano ’75, law, will serve as interim provost effective July 1, according to an email from current Provost Michael Kotlikoff to the Cornell community on Monday, May 13. The ...
I am a historian by trade, borne back ceaselessly into the past. As such, various professors have beaten into me the fact that my writing needs what we in the industry call a “So What Question.” The ...