Wheels of Democracy

Maxx Smith, Opinion Staff

March 13, 2020

Amongst the near deafening noise of calamities in the news—Australia on fire, a deadly new viral outbreak coming out of China, near war with Iran, an ongoing Impeachment trial—it’s hard to remember that in a few weeks, D...

Environmental Justice: Whose Responsibility is it Really?

Jay Stearman, Opinion Staff

February 29, 2020

Climate change is the most serious public health emergency in our existence: it will affect everyone, regardless of how much they have contributed to its advent. The problem is that the issue is so large that it is incredibly ...

Are We Better Off?

Are We Better Off?

December 9, 2019

The Evolution of Title IX

The Evolution of Title IX

December 9, 2019

Two Venues, Two Perspectives

December 5, 2019

 All You Had To Do Was Ask By Michayla Thomas       On Wednesday, Oct. 17, my feelings about graduation were forever changed. My roommate, who serves as a senator in SGA, informed us that graduation will be taking in the Ed...

Paris Accord

Jay Stearman, Opinion Staff

November 16, 2019

          Despite its Francophone moniker, the Paris Agreement’s negotiation was spearheaded by the United States. The Obama administration, with arduous help from top climate activists and negotiators, was able to dr...