Letter to the Editor: Social responsibility “towers” above all

enter There is no doubt that Northeastern is looking to build an Ivory Tower, and possibly within the next 10 years. In only the past five years, the university has ratcheted up the support for academics, and the campus is looking more and more like an island unto itself.

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source url Obviously, there are benefits to this, the first of which will be that students’ degrees will look a heck of a lot better in the eyes of those looking for capitalist crusaders (read: skilled laborers).

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source url For those keeping score at home, though, it’s obvious that Northeastern is a little late to the game, especially in the ancient towers of Boston, where even the engineering school down the road, as MIT was once known, became the less stuffy bridge to 21st century expansion. Harvard, MIT and Boston University may always have higher towers, but Northeastern has the chance to pick up where most of their counterparts left off in the realm of social responsibility as we inevitably bound our way into respectable-institution status.

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التوصيات لسوق الاسهم Social responsibility may sound like some sort of hippie holdout term that involves composting at Oberlin, or holding a daily peace march at Berkeley, but the truth is that it has a lot of practical implications for a 21st century where people will simultaneously be expanding their own understanding of themselves and their environment, and destroying said selves and surroundings at the same time.

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go to link Social responsibility is a localized effort, though, and what is so exciting about Northeastern is that it has already shown a willingness to participate. Programs that focus on urban development and expanding the reach of medicine are positive steps.

follow site Even the little things, like the prevalence of recycling around campus and the truly fair wages immigrant workers are paid by Chartwells in the food service facilities are great contributions.

الخيارات الثنائية التداول أي خير It can go one step further, though. Our engineering school, rather than modeling as a feeder program defense contractors like Raytheon, could be contributing to sustainable energy projects that our happening in are state.

follow url So too could our political science students get lessons in community organizing by finding out how difficult it is to unionize an immigrant workforce, or convince admittedly apathetic vendors to help put food on the table of impoverished farmers’ homes in Central America by selling Fair Trade Coffee. These are programs that society is already embracing that can built into the curriculum.

http://wilsonrelocation.com/?q=forex-rate If the goal of an Ivory Tower is to provide an oasis, then it seems worth it to make college such a gleaming haven for students in all facets of life that they can’t help but expect anything less from life after college as well. But in this case, they’d be expecting it for everyone. And that makes all the difference.

watch – Stephen Babcock is a junior journalism major and a member of the News staff.

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