As news of the terrorist attack in Nairobi rippled through Kenya and spread around the world, Columbia students and faculty reacted with shock and horror—especially those with ties to the country.
Maybe we should be focusing on America's failures—instead of its successes.
A nuclear Iran is a threat to the world.
On Saturday, Sept. 20th, 2008 at 7:50 p.m., a suicide bomber blew up a truck filled with 600 kilograms of explosives in front of the Marriott Hotel in Islamabad, Pakistan.
If you’ve got enough time this finals season to go through the Spec archives, I strongly recommend Candyce Phoenix’s 2006 op-ed, “Test-Tube Identities.” (I know that she and I are probably the only people who remember the op-ed, but hey, this is my column now, and I make no appeal to relevance.)
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