July 21, 2024

Opinion: In Defense of a Vaccine Mandate

February 23, 2022 0

Conversations regarding the mandating of vaccines basically boil down to one area of contention: personal liberty. This is entirely understandable, necessary, and even good, as there can be no conception of morality or self-determination of […]

Opinion: The Commodification of Kindness

February 21, 2022 0

At the start of Winter break, I was welcomed back with open arms—rather, desperate, outstretched ones– by the managers at the Marshalls I worked at before college in my hometown. While frantically walking around the […]

Opinion: The Psychological Benefits of Fashion

February 21, 2022 0

Combat boots. Hawaiian shirts. Graphic Tees tucked into jeans. These are some staples in my wardrobe. None of these are particularly unique or unheard of, but make up some of my most eccentric outfits. Getting […]

Opinion: A Fourth Type of Friendship

December 2, 2021 0

Growing up, my grandmother was a large part of my life. Whether it was Christmas sleepovers with the cousins, garden chores for quick cash, or mall trips to Game Stop and Taco Bell, she was […]

Opinion: The Church After the Sin of Colonization

December 2, 2021 0

The church has only recently begun to acknowledge and grapple with the role that Christianity has played in the colonization of North America. Throughout history, we see again and again the name of Christ used in […]

Opinion: The Problem of Short-Term Missions

September 24, 2021 0

Every year when I attend Missions Chapel, I am struck once again by the bad taste that short-term missions leaves in my mouth. It is the same taste that lingers after scrolling through Instagram during […]

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