St. Thomas student Grace Wallin suggests it’s time to redefine how we communicate in this TommieMedia Letter to the Editor.
St. Thomas student Justine Bowe discusses campus stereotypes in this Letter to the Editor.
COJO student Adam Kraft argues that college students should find a specific sleeping schedule instead of sleeping long into the afternoon.
COJO student Carmen Carballo argues that Dining Services’ meal donation program should be expanded and promoted more.
COJO student Hannah Humke argues that allowing cell phones in class creates distractions for students.
St. Thomas student Sunita Dharod discusses racism issues on campus.
COJO student Mary Brickner argues that fitness classes at St. Thomas cost too much.
COJO student Savannah Hufendick argues that St. Thomas doesn’t have enough parking spaces for visitors.
Ashley Allan responds to Elliot Polsky’s piece on gender identification, saying she’s hurt and annoyed by philosophers questioning her expereinces as a trans person.
Claire Winzenburg explains why rape shouldn’t be the punchline of jokes.
April is sexual assault awareness month, but unfortunately it has come and will go without recognition here at St. Thomas.
Claire Winzenburg of Students for Justice and Peace looked in to where all the free t-shirts on campus come from and was disappointed in what she found.
A law school student’s perspective on how being too connected technologically can lead to personal and spiritual disconnect.
If you shame fat people or view the word “fat” as an insult, it is something you have been tricked into. It’s not about health. It’s about getting you to hate yourself enough to try and buy self-love.
You see, I am a homosexual and 110% proud to be, but who I am today is nothing like the miserable, self-deprecating person I was.