Articles by Isaac Schorr

Rest in Peace, “Science Guy”

April 25, 2017 // 5 Comments

To be clear, this is not an obituary for Bill Nye ‘77. Rather, it is a lamentation of his new priorities: pandering instead of educating, patronizing instead of reasoning. [...]

Prisoners of Our Own Experiences

October 28, 2016 // 8 Comments

This week, my Labor History class hosted a guest lecturer. Since he himself was a graduate of the ILR School and had served as an influential labor union leader for many [...]

The Double Standard of Demagoguery

October 19, 2016 // 4 Comments

Ever since Donald Trump launched his campaign last June, the media has relentlessly attacked him for his controversial language. Rightly so perhaps, many of Trump’s [...]