George Washington was right about one thing, at least — the two-party system is unjust and ineffective. But after over two hundred years, what can be done to dismantle it?
Bust the B.U.B.B.L.E., a student movement for racial justice, held its annual MLK Love Walk on Jan. 17 after the group’s hiatus. They have worked since 2015 — and have plans to continue — to improve the experiences of students of color at Butler.
These organizations are bringing awareness to suicide prevention, sexual assault and sustainability while creating a welcoming space for all students.
Butler administration canceled an event featuring activist Angela Davis without the input of students who planned the event for four months. Now, they’re demanding for the event to be reinstated and an apology be issued to Davis.
Unsurprisingly, recent support for the Black Lives Matter movement has been met with backlash similar to what Colin Kaepernick faced in 2016.
Stop underestimating your power.
College students have a lot on their minds. We have due dates, deadlines, internships to apply for and our entire futures to worry about. Apparently, now we have the responsibility of worrying about our nation’s entire future as well.
The malice and aggression that suffocates most politically-charged public events was absent. Perhaps, this is due to the maturity and poignant power dynamic of student organizers.
Opinion Editor, Maria Rapisarda, provides tips for college students on how they can live an environmentally friendly life while on campus
“Even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.” This remark made by Richard Mourdock, Indiana’s Republican Senate candidate, during a recent debate highlights major misperceptions of rape within our culture. His comment was the most recent in a litany of insensitive statements politicians have…