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Political correctness is (mostly) correct

Political correctness is (mostly) correct

Before I move into the heart of my opinion this week, I’d like to thank you all. Over the past three years, I’ve published an opinion piece in the Echo nearly every week. It’s become a ritual that I savor, not just because it makes me feel like a minor political pundit or some kind of anti-administration activist. I value […]

Colby needs a real Arabic program

Colby needs a real Arabic program

I think it’s safe to say that the Middle East plays a large role in both global politics and economics. As someone who studies the Middle East substantially, maybe I’m a little bit biased, but I’ll stand by that statement. And once again, as someone who studies the Middle East pretty extensively, I feel cheated by Colby for impeding the […]

by Dan Nesvet· · 0 comments · Editor Pick Opinion, Featured, Opinion

Neo-avant-garde explored

Sponsored by this fall’s Human/Nature Arts and Humanities Lab, Associate Professor of Italian at the University of Arizona Beppe Cavatorta came to campus on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 to give a lecture on Italian poetry of the 1960s and 70s. After an introduction by Paul D. and Marilyn Paganucci Assistant Professor of Italian Language and Literature, Gianluca Rizzo, Cavatorta discussed […]