Student Activist Spotlight: Sophie Logan

Written by Maeve McKaig Sophie Logan’s work concerning issues of classism and equity began before coming to Bard. Growing up in Middlebury, Vermont, she observed a clear divide in her high school between the children of farmers and the children of professors. She said this observation led her to her first experience in activism: addressing that inequity by […]

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The Age of New Protest

Written by Najwa Jamal It is not hard to look around today and realize we are in the midst of constant tension between the people and the state. Naturally, protest seems like a first step at absolving these conflicts. Passion and anger begin to fuel you. Those emotions whither away almost as quickly as they charged you. Headline […]

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