Jane Huang


Senior sign-off

What place you finish in life isn’t what’s important.


May 30, 2014

Civil complaint

Rejecting complaints on campus as nothing more than annoying stifles open expression.


May 16, 2014

Underrepresented among minorities

Schuette v. Coalition dialogue marked by a failure to acknowledge Asian perspective


April 29, 2014

Uncommon Sense

Uncommonness should not be sought as an ends in of itself, but instead be a side effect of the exceptional pursuit of other goals.


April 18, 2014

Go for the bold

Education shouldn’t be risk averse.


March 7, 2014

Results may vary

Upperclassmen can advise underclassmen without damaging self-confidence.


February 21, 2014


America is inherently multilingual.


February 7, 2014

STEMming the flow of acronyms

The shorthand, while convenient, conflates its associated fields into one.


January 24, 2014

Accountability in the absence of anonymity

On an internet that is beginning to phase out anonymity, care must be taken when assuming identity.


November 15, 2013

How the tables have turned

Don’t judge a college by its ranking.


November 1, 2013