By Manasvi Chaturvedi. Students & the University Students at the University are lost. This can be seen in a lot of ways: (ever rising) campus depression and anxiety rates, the escapism of drinking and frat parties, and the disillusionment that many feel with the University. The lack of hope for the future and for people among students is striking — aren’t young people supposed to … Continue reading An Education for a New Human Being
By Nuri Yi. Young People and an Existential Crisis We live in uncertain times. Perhaps even more so in this particular moment, but maybe life always gives us much to wonder about: What is the meaning and purpose of our shared existence on this planet? What can we expect from life, and how are we meant to live? What do we deserve? Questions like these, … Continue reading The Crisis of Our Times: Climate, Capitalism, or Western Civilization?
By Emily Dong. When I was a student, I was involved in multiple ebbs and flows of social justice activism. From protesting a University healthcare fee and heckling Trustees, to shutting down campus roads on May Day and demanding no border wall — all took different forms and fought for different things, but all ended the same way: with limited results, and the students themselves … Continue reading For Young Activists, A Lesson from Nashville