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Putting Carleton into perspective

Studying at Carleton generally means a curriculum filled with rigor and accompanying sleepless nights. Studying at Carleton as a marginalized student generally means becoming an expert on life before stepping on campus. Becoming  an expert on financial aid, housing, internship and externship resources, DACA laws and those for uncodumented students,…

Voting is not harm reduction

The timing of this article is a bit late, but nonetheless it must be said. Whether or not your electoral, or uninformed, heart can take it, voting is not harm reduction. Thus, your centering of voting in your “activism” or organizing, which inherently pressures, harasses, and scapegoats voter-suppressed marginalized communities,…