The University held a solidarity gathering on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at noon in the Huss Courtyard outside Usdan. Organized primarily by Vice President of Student Affairs Mike Whaley, the event held a moment of silence for those lost to police brutality and systemic racism. Lasting just under five minutes, the moment of silence brought almost all […]
Jacob Eichengreen ’13 is a trendsetter. “I started out thinking, what’s the dumbest thing I could possibly do?” he tells me. The answer: “Frosted tips. And then a week later, all these hipsters started bleaching their hair. I think it’s fairly obvious what happened there.” Here at The Argus, we’re not fond of confusing correlation […]
Nestler’s Wespeak is an interesting attempt to unleash a deluge of “facts” upon the debate.
A cursory look at any international human rights organization’s reports, or Israel’s own B’Tselem would reveal that Israel has violated countless UN resolutions, and is a regular violator of human rights in the Occupied Territories.
In the past week, Sarah Palin (the recently appointed vice presidential candidate for the Republican party) has announced the pregnancy of her 17-year-old daughter, Bristol, and openly expressed support for Bristol while proclaiming her loyalties to the “Feminists For Life” anti-abortion group. Many, including Barack Obama, have articulated that media speculation on this matter be quieted, as the pregnancy is a private family issue.
In the past week, Sarah Palin (the recently appointe
Despite what you may have previously thought, Allie Levey is not just that guy who sings a lot of a cappella. He wants the world to know that he does other stuff, too. When he’s not singing, he dabbles in scaling the walls of MoCon and dressing like a woman. Also, he’s not gay. Just in case you were wondering.
Ed Klein, a friend of mine has a yellow sweater that would look so good with your yellow pants. Just saying. Don’t you think they should pass out a pair of topsiders to each of the incoming freshmen and by senior year everybody’s topsiders will be rugged enough to guarantee safety in the harsh world ‘out there’?
Just a minor clarification: in my previous Wespeak I mentioned the Afrikaaners as an example and said they weren’t backed by a parent state. I used Great Britain as an example because they were also in South Africa, but I did NOT mean to imply that Afrikaaners came from Britain (rather they’re mostly of Dutch descent). Sorry for the confusing wording.
Alex Salzberg, while colonialism may have a specific definition according to a dictionary, it’s most often used to describe any settler movement, regardless of its backing by a parent state(s). Take, for example, the Afrikaaners in South Africa.