diversity

 
 

Re-characterizing an unfair portrayal

Oftentimes I feel as though the views of the Republican Party are not properly characterized in campus discourse.
 

The Danger of Political Labels

I recently had a conversation with an Australian student in which neither of us knew what the other was saying.
 

God Colors Outside The Lines

The subject of Father Scott's homily on Sunday was "tunnel vision," something our local parish priest knows a lot about since it was not until he was in his twenties and well out of high school tha
 

Justice Ginsburg: Unfairly Criticised?

There has been some ongoing debate about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and some comments she made about constitution making in countries that are endeavoring to rewrite, or develop whole new constitu
 

An Old White Lady's Thoughts on Race

My first memory of any recognition of race was the day I brought my new friend home for lunch.
 

Standing Ovation for SCOTUS- Thank You Justice Kennedy

“DOMA humiliates children of same-sex parents," wrote Justice Kennedy in the landmark SCOTUS decision U.S. v. Windsor this week.
 

The Voices of America, Which Determine Our Future

Americans most generally have a great sense of pride for their country, because they believe in what it stands for and the principles it was founded on.
 

Minorities in America: We Know the Importance of Independent Judges

As a gay man and one of America’s many minorities, I have seen what popular opinion has done to our nation, as far as allowing racism and bigotry in our laws and in our hearts.
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