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October 2, 2014

  • Protecting the university, failing rape survivors

    College administrators are being exposed for their incompetence, negligence and outright hostility to students who make sexual assault complaints.

  • Sending soldiers to save lives?

    As the first U.S. case of Ebola is identified, the Obama administration response to the epidemic in Africa is to send U.S. troops.

  • Project Gentrify in Oakland

    City leaders and real estate barons want to redevelop West Oakland, but there's only one problem: people already live there.

  • What we want after the march

    The only possible world for our children is the one that we wrestle from the hands of those who are poisoning the present.

  • A precious history

    Hundreds of Greek socialists celebrated the launch of a book that collects documents from the Communist International.

October 1, 2014

  • The left Democrat mirage

    Remember when liberals were celebrating a new crop of heroes like Elizabeth Warren and Bill de Blasio? Not so much anymore--and here's why.

  • The Greens are gaining steam in New York

    The Green Party's Howie Hawkins and Brian Jones are surpassing all expectations in their campaign in New York state.

  • Fighting back at Mexico's Poli

    Students are mobilizing in huge numbers to defend Mexico's prestigious engineering university from neoliberal "reform."

  • Another Colgate is possible

    More than 500 Colgate University students came to together to be part of a 100-hour sit-in to oppose racism and discrimination.

  • Views in brief

    A desperate act at UPS | UPS pushed her out | Who's cashing in at UW? | Is Michfest changing? | Not just a Washington problem

September 30, 2014

  • A war of terror and hate

    It's the 21st-century version of the old recruiting poster: Uncle Sam wants you...to hate Muslim "extremists" and trust him to go to war again.

  • Hong Kong in the streets

    Hong Kong has taken to the streets to protest the lack of democracy and government corruption.

  • Getting the union moving at NYU

    Members of a reform slate were elected onto the bargaining team for NYU's Graduate Student Organizing Committee.

  • Stopping the school sellers

    Despite the best efforts of the "consultants," a British community rebelled against the school privatizers--and won.

September 29, 2014

  • The university chose censorship over debate

    A pro-Palestine professor fired by the University of Illinois speaks out about the drive to silence him and other critics of Israeli apartheid.

  • New life for the climate justice struggle

    The hope for action on climate change comes not from paralyzed heads of state, but from another welling up at the grassroots.

  • Why isn't UPS on trial?

    The killings at a UPS facility in Alabama are a reminder of the effects of toxic working conditions and militaristic discipline.

  • Learning from Upton Park

    The international character of today's cosmopolitan city is before our eyes all the time--and so is the potential for solidarity.

  • Inmigración: otra promesa rota

    Obama rehusó para dar alivio a millones de indocumentados y prefirió aliviar la arena electoral de los demócratas más derechistas.

September 25, 2014

  • Against the climate march cynics

    The criticisms of the climate march as "tame" and "symbolic" miss the importance of demonstrations like these in building future movements.

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