Letter to the Editor

March 6, 2016 Letter to the Editor 0

In our classes, Europe and the World Since C. 1450, The Sixties, and Intro to Archaeology, we readily linked to #BlackLivesMatter by exploring historical and anthropological sources on chattel slavery in the Atlantic World, the […]

Letter to the Editor

March 6, 2016 Letter to the Editor 0

  Dear Gatepost, Wow. We organized the teach-in, we taught our classes, our students were engaged, thoughtful, complex and subtle – but we didn’t get to go to other classes. So you did! Your riveting […]

Free college?

February 26, 2016 Phil McMullin 0

Next fall, the University is launching the pilot program of a policy which will limit certain students who are employed on campus to 20 hours of work per week. While this involves IRS regulations, it […]

What we can learn from Scalia

February 25, 2016 Phil McMullin 0

When the Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara was face-to-face with his executioner, he said to the man about to kill him, “Shoot, coward. You are only going to kill a man.” Moments later, Guevara was dead. […]

Letter to the Editor

February 25, 2016 Letter to the Editor 0

The Gatepost of Jan. 29 featuring Christa McAuliffe’s legacy was a beautiful issue and well-done, especially as you were under-the-gun to include the Thursday night anniversary remembrance event. Copies were shared with many alumni at […]

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