November 29, 2020

Campus Freedom of Speech Withers

September 22, 2020 0

On the Importance of Free Speech Liam Siegler As the semester begins, I feel compelled to write on the subject of free speech. The way we engage in the exchanging of ideas, thoughts, and opinions […]

Croissants Are Not an Entrée

March 27, 2020 2

Last year, before I would go to class, I would go to the Bistro and use a meal swipe to get food. I would get a sandwich, a bag of chips, a chocolate milk, and […]

Voting Day Should Be a National Holiday

March 19, 2020 0

Unless you are completely removed from the American political storm, you are aware that we are in the midst of yet another U.S. presidential election cycle. The arduous and often over-drawn process to elect a […]

We Cannot Be Complacent

March 17, 2020 0

Since 1973, abortion has wrought the death of over 50 million unborn children in the United States. Over 600,000 abortions are performed every year. Asleep. While dignity is corrupted by silence… An estimate of over […]

How to Combat Loneliness in a College Setting

January 13, 2020 0

Some people envision college as a part-time party, where you’re constantly making lots of new friends and doing exciting things. Part of this is true. College is a great time to meet new people. Especially […]

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