On Tuesday, CU Democrats and CU College Republicans held their long-awaited debate where student representatives from each group argued about issues including immigration, student loan forgiveness, and free speech.
On Thursday, April 14, Marianne Williamson addressed a lecture hall packed with Columbia University students. Covering topics from capitalism to Christ and psychic health to sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll, Williamson dazzled the crowd with her unique outlook and powerful personal presence.
While graphic novels are often viewed in popular culture as a juvenile form of media, the discussion panel Violence, Politics, and the Graphic Novel highlights the extraordinary power they have for communicating complex and uncomfortable realities to a wider audience.
Representatives from Guatemala, Chile, and Peru spoke during a Zoom session on October 29th about their aims to construct a plurinational state within Latin America.