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Lisa Savage

Op-ed contributor — Class of 1977

Number of articles: 2

First Article: January 31, 2020

Latest Article: November 18, 2022

Letter to the Editor

LTE: More informed and balanced views on Russia/Ukraine

To the editors, I see the college is hosting a series of lectures on Russia-Ukraine, the first of which was already held (virtually) on October 27 when Ukrainian scholar Nataliya Shpylova-Saeed delivered “Russia’s War On Ukraine: Culture, Memory, Politics.” I missed the lecture, so I can’t be sure how much the Orient’s coverage omitted, but I was troubled by Shpylova-Saeed’s neglect of historical context.

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My generation has failed you, but we can still fix it

Dear young people: my generation owes your generation an apology. We have failed to make urgently needed changes to an economic system that ravages the planet we all depend upon for life. Many of us have been actively involved with, or at least silently complicit in damaging the ecosystem.

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