I worry that the facts about this pandemic will be largely forgotten, reducing them — like most facts apparently — to supposedly partisan talking points.
25 years ago, Congress established a background check system. Since the rise of the internet, guns have become accessible to those who shouldn’t have them.
Columnist Alexandra Cordill argues why Biden’s platform is problematic on many levels.
Why taking a deep breath at the dinner table will serve you well in the long run.
Stop underestimating your power.
Photo courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Zachary Gossett | Opinion Columnist | email@example.com As the semester begins and first-years settle into their dorm rooms, there is no better time than now to discuss their impending doom. These first-years, who are the first class to be born entirely in the new millennium, join a campus full of…
Bernie’s resurgence gives cause for reflection on all that has changed in a whirlwind couple of years.
Students for Justice in Palestine focused on de-stigmatizing Palestine and providing a space for Palestinian students.
Columnist Ryan Lavin responds to last week’s discussion of the State of the Union.
As a predominantly white institution, the racial implications of blackface may not be something that you spend a lot of time thinking about, so before I continue, and if you take nothing else away from this, it has to be said: don’t ever wear blackface. Ever.