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Sunday, December 16, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Professor Douglas Harms

Dear Editor, I am sick and tired of people immediately challenging the validity of sexual assault survivors when they come forward with their story.  Mustering...

On Moral Relativism

If one loves logic and intellect, then one will also have no problem recognizing and pointing out contradictory statements that are put forward in...

Athletes and Activism: Nike Takes a Knee

“I’m with Kap.” It’s the simple, hashtagged phrase printed on the front of the jerseys made available on free agent and activist Colin Kaepernick’s...

Reality Check

In an article published by the Associated Press on Tuesday, it was announced that the United States is again slashing the number of refugees...

Wisdom From the Cosmos

No experience I've had is more fascinating than the simple act of looking up at the stars. Hidden in that beauty is the underlying...

Letter to the Editor: Bring Clarity to the Gold Commitment

Every new school year brings its own sense of excitement as we all gear up to do our work. This year is special because,...

See: Art. II, Sec. II, Cl. 2

It’s no shocker that I’m not a fan of Brett Kavanaugh. As someone who is a fan of general reason as well as human...

Opinion based on differences in American and Russian college education

I have always thought that the education (especially universities) in my country of Russia is one of the best ones around the world until...

Letter to the Editor from Concerned Faculty Members

Dear students, Welcome to a new academic year! As the first full week of the semester gets underway and you dive into your books and...

What year is it again?

There are plenty of ridiculous opinions out there in the world. Some people believe that the royal family are secretly lizard people. Some people...
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