In this New Enlightenment we find ourselves in the midst of this renewed revolutionary process, and like Burke, we have regarded it with both awe and criticism. However, there was an important consideration Burke ignored when he published his “Reflections” in 1790: what would happen next.
The return of college football is not a positive sign of a country overcoming the pandemic; it is yet another example of a society unwilling to face the reality of the pandemic. And once again, young people and people of color will pay the price while the powerful profit.
Almost immediately after the Supreme Court announced the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, friends began reaching out. The women in my life all felt the need to check in, as we collectively experienced what felt like a personal blow. Her death meant an overwhelming loss to the women and girls who want to see a future where their worth was built into the foundations of their country.
There’s no dependable method to quantify a gap year’s accomplishment, particularly with all the limitations you are confronting now. With this in mind, take advantage of the flexibility afforded by a year off, and do what makes sense for you.
Many Asian immigrant families were able to immigrate to the United States because of African American population’s fight for equality. We owe it to them to use our hard-earned vote and elevate their voices in their time of need.
In person, our tolerance for silence is greater, and no encounter starts and ends as abruptly as a Zoom call does. We accept fluctuating conversational dynamics and take care to gradually phase out of interactions — and even when they end, we can always run after people to wallow in the togetherness a little longer.
I do not question CPS’s dedication to student’s mental health, but, with numerous students reporting negative experiences from CPS, we must call for CPS to expand their services so that they can cater to all prevalent mental illnesses in the student body.
At the end of the day, a major is just a major. But what you choose to do everyday in college - the challenges you choose to face, and the mistakes and lessons that come from those choices - that’s what will shape your mind and character the most.