As much as our parents can relate to our freshmen experience– we have all tasted questionable cafeteria food, burned the midnight oil at the library, and attended sketchy frat parties– our experiences also diverge. The NYT recently opened an online debate about changing nature of freshmen year.
The Obama administration announced on Tuesday that Larry Summers, the Director of the National Economic Council, would be leaving his post in Washington at the end of the year and go back to teaching at some school in Boston.
Glenn Loury, the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences, debates Fox News’ James Pinkerton about Summer’s legacy and Obama’s economic policies in a recent Bloggingheads video: Was Summers a Mistake?
After last week’s Janus Forum debate on D.C. v. Heller, we invited two opinions columnists to debate a small yet salient facet of the gun control debate: the prohibition of firearms on college campuses. After the jump, read Michael Fitzpatrick’s ’12 argument in favor of allowing students to carry personal firearms on campus and Dan Davidson’s ’11 argument against. Then share your opinion, blogdailyherald readers, in the comments section.