Colonialism’s still here, but it’s not what it used to be—and the countries keeping us focused on the old definition, and old issues, are the same ones whose actions we should really be keeping a careful eye on today.
While the Yale clubs and campus groups that donated and called for systemic change this summer haven’t gone silent, levels of activity on racial justice have descended from their summer highs.
There’s no justification as potent as a pandemic for xenophobic policies and politicians.
With the world on lockdown and every country an island, thousands of Mongolians and other foreign nationals have now been marooned in the United States for months
For many of the world’s minority languages, NYC holds the power to make or break them.
As you consider the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, spare a thought for the mice. And the zebrafish. And the state of American science.
The trajectory of the country will be determined in larger and larger part by those who choose it, rather than those who are born into it.
In many respects, the pandemic has come at the worst possible time for international students in the U.S.—especially those from China. Already isolated from home, they’re increasingly isolated here, too.