Columnist Claire Noack says it’s especially important for college students to realize that the information they post on social media is available to the public.
Opinions editor Jamie Bernard believes perpetrators of sexual assault deserve severe punishment.
Columnist Claire Noack is an introvert, and she says that with introversion comes a lot of genuine, often untapped power.
Columnist Claire Noack believes companies commenting on viral topics often create messages that end up coming across as insincere.
Opinions editor Jamie Bernard believes gender neutral toys will help break down gender norms amongst the next generation of children.
Columnist Claire Noack worries too many students study abroad for the wrong reasons and aren’t taking full advantage of the opportunity to experience a new culture.
Over spring break, chief photo editor Jake Remes traveled to Belgium and France and learned more about America’s involvement in World War II.
With many different movements to end discrimination, columnist Claire Noack says they all boil down to one common goal: acceptance without judgment.
A recent Huffington Post article prompted opinions editor Jamie Bernard to take a closer look at the differences between reverse racism and prejudice.
The nonprofit group Women on $20s is lobbying to get the first female on American paper currency, something Opinions Editor Jamie Bernard says is long overdue.
Columnist Claire Noack writes that there are many different styles of leadership, and you can start crafting your own during your time as a student.
After reviewing an Alpha Chi Omega campaign about relationships in college, columnist Claire Noack thinks there are more practical ways to promote building good relationships.
Opinions Editor Jamie Bernard wants to make sure sexual assault awareness is not a fad that dies out.
Oklahoma lawmakers banned AP U.S. History courses for being ‘anti-American,’ but opinions editor Jamie Bernard says learning about the awful parts of history is essential.
As graduation approaches for seniors, chief studio producer Caroline Rode says it’s normal to panic and encourages seniors to take it one day at a time.