Americans who support Palestinian self-determination must get less squeamish about nonviolent resistance.
Articles By: Sandra Korn
Sandra's favorite HUDS food is Wheatberries and Chives, with Rocky Road Brownies coming in a close second.
The Occupy movement that has consumed the attention of America’s news media, city governments, and populace for the past few months is not the first to attempt—or succeed—to change social order and political discourse in America. To the confusion of media, politicians, and the public, the Occupy movement has declared itself leaderless and non-hierarchical. This stands in high contrast to previous social movements, many of which have featured powerful leadership.
Disappointed progressives should rethink their new passion for Paul
Fatigue is about the most natural cause of death I can think of. Nonetheless, in the past few hours, Kim Jong-Il’s death has repeatedly been compared to the recent politicized deaths of other anti-American global leaders.
Media coverage of, interest in, and justification for America's longest-running war.
The Occupation of Wall Street might not have any concrete goals, but that shouldn't detract from its importance.
Sandra Korn explains why students shouldn't hesitate to say they attend Harvard.
Sandra Korn explains the reasons behind her support of calls to terminate Subramanian Swamy's association with Harvard University.
How do you make sure your purchases promote your politics? With great difficulty.
An Activist’s Year in Review Last week, reporter Monica Dodge wrote the Crimson’s update on student activism in 2010-2011. Her article, “The Evolution of Activism,” argued that students have now put “classes before causes” and more frequently rely on internet messaging instead of inter-personal organizing; student activists at Harvard “are less eager to leave behind their laptops and pick up ... Read More
Thiel Fellowship recipient discusses price comparison, entrepreneurship, and life as a Harvard dropout
President Obama is an excellent rhetorician—he displayed his oratorical gift once again during his speech on the state of the Middle East and North Africa last Thursday. However, I continue to be bothered by the seemingly arbitrary distinction President Obama drew between “good” Arab revolutions in Egypt, Libya, Yemen, and Syria, and the “bad” revolution in Palestine. First, the President ... Read More
The extremist patriotism displayed after Osama's death was hypocritical and decidedly anti-American