Students discuss changing experiences of the job market.
Students debate the lessons of the Reddit-driven GameStop mania.
Students debate the changes to the military and high-school sports.
Students discuss policies that should gain priority.
Have the social-media platforms gone too far or acted too late? Students debate.
Students discuss whether the pandemic will give way to cultural and economic renewal.
Students reflect on their experience of the pandemic as 2020 comes to a close.
Students debate the merits and risks of getting vaccinated against Covid-19.
Students discuss whether the pandemic has raised or lowered colleges’ standards.
How should universities change, given the experience of the pandemic?
If the president-elect wants to make good on his campaign pledge, students have some advice.
Not so fast, some students say.
Are allegations of voter fraud a distraction, a danger or a cause for investigation?
Students discuss what the parties can learn from the election result.
Students debate the meaning of election participation in a democracy.
Students debate the presidential election: Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden.
Students debate whether Democrats should expand the bench if they win on Nov. 3.
Students debate whether the president has a path to re-election.
Students discuss which attacks land and which ones flop.
Students discuss the big picture of the U.S. presidential election.