Opinion

Opinion: The USPS — Fighting for democracy

Opinion: The USPS — Fighting for democracy

The Republican party, and specifically President Trump, are attacking the U.S. Postal Service with the intensity of a gladiator entering the arena. Their audience? The countless Americans choosing to vote from the safety of their homes, rather than risking their lives...

Column: Online activism creates new forms of education

Column: Online activism creates new forms of education

Being stuck at home is a shared strife amongst students of all ages. This environmental shift has impeded upon academic routines, engaging learning environments, and the relationship between a student and teacher. Alas, amongst all this confusion, there has been one...

Opinion: The Electoral College is deeply flawed

Opinion: The Electoral College is deeply flawed

The elections that decide which candidates obtain the titles of president and vice president of the United States are arguably the most important elections that take place in the country. The holder of this title not only represents one of the most powerful countries...

Opinion: Don’t blame Trump for mass shootings

Opinion: Don’t blame Trump for mass shootings

Over the month of August, we have witnessed two horrific events unfold in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. We saw two deranged males go out and open fire in public killing 22 in a Walmart, according to ABC News. Nine innocent people lost their lives in Dayton, Ohio,...

Opinion: Why #YangGang isn’t as crazy as it seems

Opinion: Why #YangGang isn’t as crazy as it seems

Scrolling across the pages of Twitter, one may come across the hashtag known as “#YangGang,” a term used to encompass supporters of the Democratic Primary candidate known as Andrew Yang. But, unlike other gangs, Yang Gang is not engaged in any illegal activity....