Jacob Kose '13 questions what really constitutes a holiday, and encourages all the creative ways we celebrate.
Jacob Kose '13 reflects on the changing nature of the film industry and some of the issues it still faces.
Despite all the imperfections, twists and turns thrown at us, Jacob Kose '13 proposed we all enroll in a course in Mandatory Optimism this semester.
Jacob Kose '13 urges us to be mindful of mankind's common multicultural heritage.
Jacob Kose '13 gives some perspective about family, togetherness and giving thanks this Thanksgiving.
Jacob Kose '13 relates childhood lessons from Sesame Street to the emerging trend in higher education towards learning from a screen instead of face to face.
Jacob Kose '13 plays a card from the founding fathers on Cornell's SAFC finance reform.
Different people have different limits to how far they will go to get noticed, but Jacob Kose '13 argues that not much of what we do flies under the radar.
This Sept. 21, Jacob Kose '13 draws on historical examples to decry CUPD's assumptions of abuse in public urnation violations. Maybe those people just really had to go!