“Hong Kong and sanctions, the trade war, Xinjiang, and even Taiwan, are of little consequence to this president. Viewed from this light, these sanctions are probably best seen as yet another example of the president trying to have his cake and eat it too,” says Allen Carlson, associate professor of government.
“Dress codes are a way of regulating bodies in particular spaces, so that those same bodies conform to a standard set by those in power — whether it's the restaurant owner or the school board,” says Denise N. Green, assistant professor of fiber science and apparel design.
Asher Williams, postdoctoral associate in chemical and biomolecular engineering, says that the mRNA formulation for a coronavirus vaccine created this quickly would be the “first of its kind,” if approved.
“I don't think it works very well,” says Michael Dorf, professor of law. “In Justice Gorsuch's opinion he's not saying the word ‘sex’ is ambiguous. He's saying that when you do all the reasoning, it's clear that ‘sex’ includes sexual orientation and gender identity.”
“This is one of the first times since the ’60s, where the global demand, the intergenerational demand, the multiracial demand is for systemic change,” says Noliwe Rooks, professor of Africana studies. “There is some understanding and acknowledgment at this point that there’s something in the DNA of the country that has to be undone.”