I think we can all agree that a student’s economic background, just like his or her race or ethnicity, shouldn’t negatively impact his or her chances of attending university.
Our identities should not restrict our ability to participate in campus discourse.
We should re-think how we define a "person of color."
Affirmative Action warrants extensive reform, for this policy serves as an excuse for colleges to sacrifice equitable admissions policies in favor of a fetishized form of diversity.
Those against affirmative action do not understand that merit-based admissions really means favoring those with economic privilege.
Balancing racial statistics does not make Columbia diverse.
If colleges' populations are to reflect the nation in general, affirmative action is necessary.
No one queer experience can encompass those of all races, identities, and individuals.
CU Republicans use racist tactics to market their events.
Members of some campus groups are dismayed to see their complex ethnic identities boiled down to a simple box.
Dec 9, 12:01pm
Columbia College Student Council correspondent Elizabeth Sedran brings you the latest from the council’s last meeting. What They’ve Done: CCSC Passed the University Events Management resolution. The resolution created the... Read More
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