The Iowa Caucuses did not turn out well for the Democratic Party.
With the Iowa Caucuses concluded and New Hampshire quickly transforming into the nation’s obsession, it’s worth pausing to reflect on how actual votes compare to the pundit-driven noise from the previous year.
A couple weeks ago, fellow columnist Cameron Dichterok wrote a column piece — "Whose speech matters?" — explaining why he believes that critics of political correctness are appropriating speech that hurts minorities who have nothing to gain through this example of free speech.
For all its hype about being a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver Certified building, the New College House has some uncharacteristic features for a dormitory.
At last week’s UA-sponsored panel on open expression at Penn, the most intriguing comment I heard was only tangentially related to free speech.
RONG XIANG is a College Freshman from Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
SHUN SAKAI is a College junior from Chestnut Hill, Mass.