A change in academic policy cannot shield students from crisis because the crisis was never academic in nature. A change in grading policy can only change their focus. Universal Pass/Fail looses them from the restrictions of the classroom and lets them lead.
“…I cannot deny that embracing any lens aside from Universal Pass to assess our work moving forward is to overshadow the struggles of the marginalized few for the pursuits of the privileged many.”
Connecticut’s 60 Democratic delegates will be apportioned after 2,794 delegates from other states are already determined. While most students can vote in their home states with absentee ballots, Yale’s geographically diverse student body makes mobilizing students difficult.
“Restorative justice is really about support, compassion, and accountability.”
“After crisis…you gather your shit up and you organize. You make it so that this can’t happen again.”
“This project has always been about increasing visibility, better representing Native people, and having the opportunity to better educate non-Native people about our societies, knowledge, and cultures.”
“They’re using this data for genocide.”
Yale’s adventures in furthering this light, disclosed themselves to Zulfi, however, to be identical to those undertaken by 18th Century imperialists. From the financing of Departments like Global Affairs, to continuing support for a man infamous for sexual assault allegations, Zulfi saw their first-year beloved reveal itself. They wrote on their capstone’s website, “There is no Lux here, and certainly no Veritas, but a lot of U.S. dollars.”