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.
Columnist Claire Noack explains how modern storytellers share ideas and provide a voice for the younger generation through words and images.
Opinions Editor Elliot Polsky says the “get out the vote” campaigns for midterm elections should try to influence people to get informed.
When it comes to Halloween, Columnist Claire Noack says there’s a line between good-natured humored and prejudiced costumes.
With elections in November, Opinions Editor Elliot Polsky says listening more to what nonpartisan groups have to say about politics is a way to regain meaningful political dialogue.
Columnist Claire Noack says bullying can happen to anyone of any age, but it is something everyone should rally against.
Reporter Travis Swan says the younger generation’s addiction to social media is negatviely affecting today’s society.
Because the Catholic Church has a public stance on marriage, Opinions Editor Elliot Polsky explains why public statements by archdiocese employees matter.
University Affairs Editor Grace Pastoor argues that taking extra anti-rape precautions needs to stop.
St. Thomas’ strategic plan draft suggested coordinating more community college classes, and Opinions Editor Elliot Polsky thinks that’s not a bad idea.
Whether it’s inside or outside or the classroom, columnist Claire Noack says students can benefit from the Catholic community at St. Thomas.
Opinions Editor Elliot Polsky believes victim blaming accusations are often misplaced and overstated.