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How We Talk about Violence Against Women: Trauma, and the Idea of “Culture”

By On November 23, 2015

The purpose of this editorial is not for me to recount to you my experiences with harassment and violence during my study abroad in Morocco. It has been exhausting to sort through… Read More


White People: Changing Your Facebook Status isn’t Helping

By On November 22, 2015

In the past week, students across the nation have been protesting against the marginalization of students of color on university and college campuses. In the process, they have brought to light the… Read More


In Retrospect: Week of July 18, 2015

By On July 18, 2015

Remembering Srebrenica: 20 Years Later “The 20-year anniversary of Srebrenica is an opportunity to remember the lessons we drew after the massacre, but seem to have forgotten since.”… Read More


The Greatest Threat to the American Military

By On May 20, 2015

A military outpost towered over a small Afghanistan town. The only sound heard was a single cell phone ringing. Rebekah Havrilla and her team leader stood in the face of death: The… Read More


The War On Crypto

By On May 4, 2015

In March, FBI director James Comey painted an emotional picture for a Congressional hearing, promising widespread use of encryption would cause a dystopia. Encryption, Comey said, is the domain of “those who… Read More