When Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge on Sept. 22, he took part of our hearts with … [Read more...] about Tragedy Strikes
Rutgers’ Clementi Not the Only One
STARING OUT MY WINDOW LAST THURSDAY, the Key Bridge caught my eye. Instantly, I imagined another, the George Washington Bridge, in its … [Read more...] about Rutgers’ Clementi Not the Only One
Food Trucks Hit a Bump
Most students know by now the familiar jingle that means the Sweetflow Mobile has arrived. In recent years, a vibrant culture has cropped up … [Read more...] about Food Trucks Hit a Bump
French Gypsy Policy Raises Tough Questions
FENCH PRESIDENT NICOLAS SARKOZY has been attracting a lot of hostile attention lately - even some hackneyed comparisons to Adolf Hitler - … [Read more...] about French Gypsy Policy Raises Tough Questions
China’s Resurgence Threatens U.S.
NEVER IN RECENT YEARS HAS A simple question inspired so much debate. The economic rise of China and the military buildup that has followed … [Read more...] about China’s Resurgence Threatens U.S.
The Jesuit Mission: Guiding and Educating to Pursue the Truth
I LOVE BEING A JESUIT. ONE OF THE greatest joys of Jesuit life is that in joining the project of my life to the project of the Society of … [Read more...] about The Jesuit Mission: Guiding and Educating to Pursue the Truth
Obstructionism Not the End Goal
With a liberal president and an overwhelmingly Democratic Congress, the Republicans have struggled to find a new role in government. Greatly … [Read more...] about Obstructionism Not the End Goal
Obama Wrong on Gay Rights
Last week, Republicans in the Senate led a filibuster to prevent debate on a bill that would repeal the "don't ask, don't tell" law - the … [Read more...] about Obama Wrong on Gay Rights
Title IX’s Beneficial Intent Becoming Discriminatory
My beef this week is with the discrimination against males in intercollegiate athletics that Title IX has caused. No, this … [Read more...] about Title IX’s Beneficial Intent Becoming Discriminatory
Can the U.S. Accept Islam?
During my Junior year of high school, I took time off from school for a few weeks to work on a congressional campaign in New York. It was an … [Read more...] about Can the U.S. Accept Islam?