While figures like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders have garnered the media spotlight, a consensus has built around the inevitability of a leftist Democratic nominee for 2020. And if you are a college student, you are probably even more likely to believe this narrative.
Opinion Archives March 2019
Everyone has biases, it’s inherent in our interactions. We all develop thoughts and stereotypes about people as we grow up, and many of them are useful and help us navigate social situations. However, some biases can be negative and harmful.
The Economist published an article on March 14 titled, “Japan says transgender people must be sterilized.” The article discussed a Supreme Court case in Japan that deemed requiring irreversible sterilization surgery for transgender individuals to be constitutional, and the response of libera…
As the semester trudges along, I can’t help but feel exhausted by my honors demands. Between the passport events, odd core requirements and general alienation from the rest of campus, I wonder if the effort I put into getting into honors was ever worth it in the first place.
Democratic presidential candidates are questioning the validity of the Electoral College as the best election method, and people are proposing other systems like ranked voting.
The late Andrew Breitbart famously said, “Walk toward the fire. Don’t worry about what they call you. All those things are said against you because they want to stop you in your tracks. But if you keep going, you’re sending a message to people who are rooting for you, who are agreeing with y…
Getting into college can be a very long and difficult process. College applications often require multiple essays, lists of your extracurriculars, SAT/ACT scores and an application fee.
While you are picking up a nail file or a pack of gum, take another look at the new health services big-name companies are offering.