Education

Opinion: Antiracism racism is still racism

Opinion: Antiracism racism is still racism

“I am a product of affirmative action … I am Puerto Rican, born and raised in the South Bronx. My test scores were not comparable to my colleagues at Princeton and Yale,” associate justice of the Supreme Court Sonia Sotomayor once said, according to CNN. “But, if we...

Column: Beware the Squat Toilet

Column: Beware the Squat Toilet

Toilet seats. What a blessing we have to be able to have something to sit on when doing our “business.” On the comfortable and cold seat, one can enjoy a novel, scroll through Instagram, watch YouTube videos, make a phone call or even fall asleep, all of which can not...

Opinion: Are the Chinese people heartless?

Opinion: Are the Chinese people heartless?

BBC News reports that in October 2011, a young two-year-old Chinese girl was run over by two vehicles in Guangdong. BBC News reports that for seven minutes, 18 people walked straight around her body, ignoring her as the little girl slowly bled to death. Almost 10...

Column: Live life at 2x the speed

Column: Live life at 2x the speed

Everyone wakes up having the same amount of time in a day, but it is up to each person to decide how they will use their 24 hours. Life is definitely unfair, but there is one major aspect of life that is fair: time. One of my biggest goals recently is to save time....

Opinion: In defense of Gavin Newsom

Opinion: In defense of Gavin Newsom

The numbers are out, the stage is set, and the ballots are soon to be cast. The 2021 California gubernatorial recall election is just over a month away and Governor Gavin Newsom, the fading politico once dubbed “The New Kennedy,” is but a margin of error away from...