Are our moral obligations to animals a laughing matter?
Am I doing something wrong by enjoying my daily “fajita burrito with extra meat, thanks”?
Thanksgiving means something special to each of us, whether it is time spent with family and friends, a chance to reflect on the past year and all its good fortunes, or, to a fan of Wikipedia, “A traditional North American holiday, which is a form of harvest festival.” To me, Thanksgiving means I
If there’s one thing every first-year student is curious about before they arrive on campus, it’s who they’re going to be living with. Like most of us, upon finding out my roommate’s name, I headed straight to Facebook.
On the day she is born, she is taken from her mother. It is not a voluntary arrangement: the mother kicks, struggles, and screams. She is beaten until her infant can be wrestled away and she is forced back in her cell. Mother and daughter never see each other again.
There was once a time when I could casually drive my fork into one of John Jay’s steaks and then slice it swiftly with my knife—without wincing. I haven’t become a vegetarian, but my relationship with the steak in front of me has changed greatly within the last month.
Apr 16, 1:11am
It’s late. You’re up. You know the drill. Whether you’re dancing in the rain or shivering angrily in your bed due to the recent twist in weather, you might need... Read More
Apr 15, 10:47pm
Did you miss the General Studies Student Council meeting on Tuesday night? Council correspondent Stephanie Frescas brings you five things you need to know: Not too late: GSSC President Hannah Germond, GS ’16,... Read More
Apr 15, 1:10pm
The days of “Flappy Bird” are long gone, but with finals season inching nearer every day, there grows a new thirst for procrastination (I’m lookin’ at you, senioritis). Nothing is... Read More
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