“Necessitous Men Are Not Free Men”: The Case for FDR’s Second Bill of Rights Today

By: Brian Krause  On January 6th, 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave his historic eighth State of the Union address and inspired the American people with his famous Four Freedoms. The freedoms of speech and worship, with the right to live without fear and want, were spoken to be as inalienable as the rights laid … Continue reading “Necessitous Men Are Not Free Men”: The Case for FDR’s Second Bill of Rights Today

10 Ideas: Holding Universities Accountable for their Sexual Assault Prevention Policies Through Student Input

Thesis:  Currently, Michigan State University reviews its sexual assault prevention and response policies without sufficient feedback from students, thus Michigan State should make the process more accessible to student concerns. This will allow policies to more actively reflect campus realities and changes. Background & Analysis: In response to the well-publicized indictment of former Michigan State doctor … Continue reading 10 Ideas: Holding Universities Accountable for their Sexual Assault Prevention Policies Through Student Input