Molly McGrath

28 Articles

Arizona, are you kidding me?

By Molly McGrath -

The mere fact that the anti-gay law was passed by the Arizona legislature has frightening implications.

Israeli-Palestinian conflict deserves dialogue

By Molly McGrath -

Last week, Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) protested outside of the Haifa Symphony Orchestra’s performance at the Anderson Center, only to be met with a counter-protest by pro-Israel students. Students held up the Israeli flag as their peers shouted, “Zionism is racism.” As I walked through the scene, I wondered: What do these protests accomplish?

Immortality may not be far off

By Molly McGrath -

What is life without death lurking at the end of it? It’s still life, and a life free of the constant anxieties associated with running out of time.

The case for a sweatshop free holiday

By Molly McGrath -

Do we ever stop and think about where these gifts are manufactured and how we manage to purchase them at such low prices? No, we don’t. And that’s how the system of exploitation of foreign workers continues.

Response: Chivalry column misses the point

By Molly McGrath -

It is no coincidence that Bloom’s column places the blame on women, rather than examining chivalry as a societal problem in which men play a major role.