Opinions editor Elliot Polsky says allowing people to choose their gender identification is not the solution for people who feel out of place with their bodily sex.
Opinions editor Elliot Polsky believes naming many buildings on campus after recent benefactors may not be the right way to pay them back.
Columnist Claire Noack believes reaching the idyllic image of the melting pot should not be America’s goal.
Columnist Claire Noack has some advice for studying during finals week, such as being active and changing up your study location.
Columnist Claire Noack says the current protests on decisions to not indict police officers in Ferguson and New York City show that problems of discrimination still remain.
Opinions editor Elliot Polsky thinks we have to recognize that social norms have practical value and are potentially fallible.
Opinions editor Elliot Polsky believes trigger warnings are overly cautious and Banned Books Week is overly callous about offense.
Minnesota was ranked second for quality of life, but columnist Claire Noack asks how we can objectively quantify the quality of life for an entire state.
With the start of the holiday shopping season, columnist Claire Noack says shoppers should be “checking their list twice” for which stores they should be supporting.
Kim Kardashian’s revealing and photoshopped photos were released a few weeks ago, and columnist Claire Noack says altered images have damaging effects.
After midterm elections, the media proclaimed the Republican victory a win for big business, but opinions editor Elliot Polsky says big business and big governement go hand-in-hand.
While good arguments for legalizing weed exist, opinions editor Elliot Polsky disagrees that marijuana use should be legalized because alcohol is more dangerous.
Columnist Claire Noack says so much media coverage has caused Ebola hysteria and suggests we learn the real facts about the epidemic.
After a video depicting a woman in New York City being harassed more than 100 times went viral, Reporter Jamie Bernard argues that the video’s message isn’t hitting its mark with its audience.
Claire Winzenburg explains why rape shouldn’t be the punchline of jokes.