“Some have attributed the decline in black turnout to voter suppression tactics” by the GOP, while others have “simplistically pointed to the absence of the first black president on the ballot.” The real reason, said Laird, is more complicated.
Williams reflects on the death of his twenty-four year old son in 2012 from an accidental heroin overdose, and how his story should be told today to a much younger generation.
Columbia University Teachers College Praises PhD candidate Baek for his skills as a researcher and an explainer.
“The book stresses how Boko Haram is really a local group with deep historical roots in the region, rather than a straightforward, off-the-shelf, Al Qaeda ‘franchise,’ which is how it’s often described.”
For more than three decades Olson has worked for a reputable New York literary agency (Donadio & Olson), where he has been a partner since 1996. He is also an acclaimed writer whose latest novel is enjoying positive reviews.
The New Year is off to a bright start for David Bernstein ’13. The economics major and anthropology minor has been selected to serve as a Fulbright Alumni Ambassador—one of nineteen former Fulbright scholars honored in such a way across the country.