Author: Morgan


Posted on: November 13th, 2010

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Letter writing is often considered to be a lost art in a world of emails and text messages. However, the ability to write a competent letter is another skill that will be useful in all aspects of life, not just in activism. AND, it’s a tried and true way to let elected representatives know what […]

Author: Matt Gabrenya


Posted on: September 17th, 2010

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(This was published in the Hoot today. They deleted all of my sources, as well as the times of SEA meetings and explanation that one of SEA’s campaigns is The Leadership Campaign. Here is the full article.) To be alive in the year 2010 is to carry an enormous burden. We have been born, due […]

Author: Sahar


Posted on: May 9th, 2010

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The competing claims on what Michael Oren represents, and over the appropriate way to handle his invitation to be Commencement speaker, fascinate me. How effective is the framing of different competing claims? Is their activism strategic and are their tactics well-thought-out? I find this stuff fascinating. Here’s what I think is going on: The competing […]

Author: Josh Waizer


Posted on: April 23rd, 2010

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I was shocked today when I opened my copy of the Hoot to see the article “Irresponsible Fees” by Alex Schneider.  Let’s consider the term “irresponsible.” Princeton wordnet defines it as “showing a lack of care for consequences.” Oxford English Dictionary defines it as “not answerable for conduct or actions; not liable to be called […]

Author: Sahar


Posted on: March 17th, 2010

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STAND (A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition) is holding a forum Thursday 8-10pm in the International Lounge (in Usdan) called “What’s the Point?”: Have questions about the value of your activism? Wonder if it is any use? Come hear a panel of professors, activist, adn studetns around campus talk about the importance and significance of taking action […]

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