We write as faculty members of the University of Miami School of Law to address the recent public statements of Dan Ravicher, who currently teaches a University of Miami Law School practicum.
If we forget the materialistic gains and the capitalistic outlook that has permeated the meaning of Valentine’s Day, we can find that this day can be one of healing.
A community cannot function correctly with half of its population unwilling to follow emergency guidelines as that community faces serious hardship.
We’ve all been in this situation before: It’s the weekend, and you have tons of homework to do. But you put it off and you continually do so until it’s hours away from the due date, and now you feel terrible because you’re nowhere near done.
How hypocritical of us all to deny the existence of someone’s sexuality simply because we can’t understand or relate.
Cartoon by Rohama Bruk
Congrats to the warriors of cancel culture that infect higher education today.
The situation is dire and can get so much worse. With so many more students back on campus, there is a higher risk for infection and a higher need for responsibility.
Having to choose between gaining experience and making money is not a decision students should be balancing in a society as advanced as ours.
What has been particularly frustrating in the ensuing events since the TikTok video surfaced for me has been the administration’s quick blaming of students.
To healthcare professionals across all disciplines: now is the time to talk to medical students about what’s going on. We are listening to you.
As the new United Black Students president for the 2020–2021 academic year, I feel it necessary to address black students specifically. We once again face a new threat that preliminary data is showing to disproportionately affect our communities.