With the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh, the United States government has officially undermined everything the Supreme Court is meant to stand for. America’s last line of defense is gone. If you aren’t scared, you’re not paying attention.
In the year of Bernstein’s centennial, we reflect on his impact on accessible music education and how the younger generations can provide that same education for themselves.
Negativity is everywhere, and we are so quick to pick apart everything we encounter. When are we going to say that enough is enough and start changing our mentalities for the better?
Let’s talk about the c-word. No, not that one! I’m talking consent. We talk about it in sex education, in relationships, and on social media. Maybe we need to talk about it a little bit more in other contexts, however.
Butler has officially made the top 25 universities with the most drinking/drug tickets per 1000 people, but how is this affecting the safety of our students?
In celebration of Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown visiting campus this week, let’s determine which of the Fab five we are most alike.
The issues at Irvington House may seem unimportant compared to most others, but people just don’t understand the trials that Irvington residents must endure while living in the nicest dorm on campus.
University parking is always a contentious issue among the student body, but it also hugely impacts employees as well. How can we make our parking system conducive to faculty success?
Opinion columnist Doug Roche III shares his ideas on what Atherton Union should offer in the upcoming school year.
Opinion Columnist Carl Nelson delves into options college students have for the summer break.