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Past articles by Harrison:

Enjoy summer break, but make sure to spend it sustainably

This summer, whether in the city or at the beach, take these tips to ensure a more sustainable relationship with nature. → Read More

Students and the city of Syracuse should make an effort to eliminate litter

In a neighborhood whose primary residents are permanent, not students, it is no surprise the neighborhood is kept clean and residents take pride in the places they live year round. → Read More

Degrees overseas: Why SU students should consider a semester abroad

Studying abroad allows students to step out of their comfort zone, immerse themselves in a new culture, and focus on regional academic interests. → Read More

Rape culture, the most dangerous consequence of being a top party school

Too little has been done to confront the behavior that allows for sexual assault on campus, and the recurring theme of abuse on campus is evidence that more must be done to protect students. → Read More

SU, start prioritizing foreign aid

SU students should advocate for an increased foreign aid budget. → Read More

COVID-19 reveals SU students’ privilege

Students have failed to recognize the privileges that SU provided throughout the pandemic. It is time to reflect on those privileges. → Read More

Earth Day perpetuates action — not just discussions

This Earth Day, students should take action against environmentally-unfriendly issues at SU. → Read More

Rather than mindlessly scrolling, take a break from social media

Social media detoxing is more essential than one may think to college students’ mental health. → Read More

Syracuse needs to take climate change seriously

Climate change is a threat to us all, not just those in Texas or California. → Read More

The pandemic has proved health care is privilege, not a right

In the wealthiest nation in the world, cost should not be a barrier for basic healthcare. → Read More

Students must demand change from corporations

After a summer of political activism which still affects how consumers act today, students have a responsibility to hold companies accountable that do not follow their own commitments to social issues. → Read More

We need to vote this November to save our environment

Climate change is real, and it’s getting worse. To make progress in this fight, we need a new general on the battlefield. → Read More

Safety from COVID-19 doesn't have to sacrifice sustainability

Syracuse University and dozens of retail institutions have shied away from reusable containers due to the perceived risk of COVID-19 spread. Their policy changes are hurting the environment. → Read More

Reusable masks are the eco-friendly alternative to disposable masks

Disposable masks are often not biodegradable and can seriously harm the environment in comparison to reusable masks. → Read More

Fast React: Quad gathering disrespects COVID victims

Over 170,000 Americans have died from COVID-19 since the pandemic began. Now over a hundred SU freshmen gathered on the quad without masks, disrespecting the sacrifices we have all made this year. → Read More

Infrastructure changes are key to boosting environment, fighting poverty

Columnist Harrison Vogt argues that infrastructure improvements are necessary for revitalizing local economies and helping the environment. → Read More

SU right to move classes online due to coronavirus

Environmental columnist Harrison Vogt argues that SU is right to move classes online until at least March 30 in response to concerns about the COVID-19 Coronavirus. → Read More

Fashion companies use greenwashing to lie to consumers

Environment columnist Harrison Vogt argues that young consumers should be more aware of misleading marketing practices by fast-fashion brands, claiming that their clothing is more environmentally friendly than it actually is. → Read More