This is another installment of “ANTITHESIS” — your outlet for speaking out against anything Zine, Western or MIT.
This edition is in response to the proposed $35,000 scholarship from American banking firm, Goldman Sachs.
UPDATE: the scholarship has been accepted by the Board of Governors.
Read more about their reasoning after the jump.
I was never more proud to be a FIMS student when I heard that one of our own was questioning the ethics of accepting a scholarship fund from Goldman Sachs. Not only does FIMS, with its highly anti-corporation sentiments, have reason to be anti-Goldman Sachs, but the rest of the world does too. The financial giant is considered one of the central orchestrators of the 2008 global economic crisis. Of course, in the face of this Goliath, it’s FIMS — a mere David — that speaks up. Continue reading