Contra-Texan is a new column here at the Orator where contributors write a response to a piece in the Daily Texan. This forum is meant to broaden the dialogue and expose students to unconventional wisdom.
The alliance born in the Cold War has seen better days, but it has a chance to repurpose itself for global security in the 21st century.
In this Ideas piece, Ethan Masucol discusses the anti-vaxx movement in the Philippines.
“If, finally, the debate over climate change is resonating with a broader audience–as ascendant activism like the Green New Deal and widespread global protests would suggest–it serves us to survey our options.”
Audrey Isaak discusses the connection between political party and identity.