Barcelona

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Students protest
The strike's ultimate goal, organizers say, is "subverting the world order and the pervading hetero-patriarchal, racist, and neoliberal rhetoric."
Jake Johnson, staff writer
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"The climate crisis is worsening much faster than previously predicted. This...
Julia Conley, Jake Johnson, and Jon Queally
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Monday "honors" a geographically inept and morally questionable voyager who stumbled on the so-called New World and proceeded to slaughter, pillage and expropriate all he found in what one witness called "these acts so foreign to human nature." In the face of a centuries-old and ongoing bloody legacy, leftist Spanish lawmakers have called for toppling Barcelona's Columbus statue and Native-Americans have called him out as "America's first terrorist."