Instead, the point is to address elitism today, not in a historical context, but in its present form — the form we see at large today, whether we recognize it or not.
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Millennials and digital native generation have played a major role in resurrecting the term. For reference, current examples of late capitalism include trends in the contemporary market that embody certain worries or ironies of which young people have become increasingly hyper aware.
What I am attempting to achieve is a meditation that enlists classical thought to examine our societal habits and how they seep into not only our interpersonal behavior, but our dignity, our community, and our politics.
Sadness is a healthy default. It is natural to avoid discomfort, to introduce distraction and attempt to bury concerns. But sorrow breeds humility, and humility often yields understanding
Healthy transitions of power rely on well informed citizens acting on their conscience, and our chosen representatives mustering the drive to govern with integrity and unity aligned with the peoples’ voice.
The tradition of homecoming is quintessential, time-honored and appreciated by students and alumni alike. Homecoming weekend was thick with pride for the heritage of our great university, its achievements and its future. Of course, the homecoming festivities wouldn't be complete without its royalty. Here's some reflections from this year's royalty.
Multi-payer systems are more regulated and many may find fault in that by principle of individual liberties. However, if we Americans are interested in reducing costs while still providing efficient, effective care we may need to compromise, and allow for more regulated medicine.
Four Daily Wildcat columnists talk about gun control and the Las Vegas shooting.
A campus and institution bathed in tradition, the University of Arizona boasts an array of historic and progressive campus designs that contribute to the UA experience and celebrate its growth.
Political or cultural “flippancy,” as I will denote this phenomenon, is a trend which has been taking shape for some time and is, at least nominally, unhealthy for our comprehensive understanding of good and bad information. Cultural flippancy, distinct from other unofficial terms including “fake news,” is the distillation of an issue of meaning and complexity to a simple, digestible and unashamedly inaccurate piece of information.
This week four Daily Wildcat columnists weigh in on President Trump's recent decision to end the Deferred action for Childhood Arrivals program.
President Donald Trump is not the only head of state to experience a recent bout of unfavorable polls.