Is Al Qaeda asking to negotiate?, asks Wagner's Zerkin in LA Times op-ed
"Isn't it clear now that the U.S. and its allies are not likely to be able to wipe out Al Qaeda or ensure that we are not attacked again domestically?," writes NYU Wagner Adjunct Professor Allen Zerkin in today's Los Angeles Times. "As the British acknowledged in July, the London attacks were just a matter of when, not if. To be sure, the terrorists can't win this war, but neither can we."
Is An Excellent Education A Civil Right? Wagner Student Forum Stirs Lively Debate and Capacity Crowd
Gathering leading representatives from the political, academic, grassroots, and social entrepreneurship arenas on campus on March 30, 2006, a panel co-organized by two Wagner student groups drew a standing-room-only audience of nearly 80 people to Pless Hall for an important discussion about the state of public education in the United States. Members of WEPSA, the Wagner Education Policy Studies Association and BRIDGE, a Student Social Entrepreneurship Group at Wagner, organized the panel around a straight-forward but controversial question: Is an excellent education a civil right?