At this point, I am sure you have received mounds of letters concerning Ben Heaton’s op-ed piece, “Marriage debate not new one”. I understood that the author was writing satire but I was not amused. Espousing racist views under the guise of humor is a protected right; however, it is not very admirable. It is shameful that our campus newspaper chose to broadly insult and denigrate African-Americans. It is terribly insensitive and immature to proclaim bigoted views and just say, “I’m kidding.” Considering how stringently this paper regulates the content of their comic section, it’s highly questionable why this article was printed.

Christopher HarringtonClass of 2004

I want to be obsessed again

I desperately miss teenage obsession. There is something so exhilarating and precious about our deepest infatuations from when we were young teenagers.

“Bias-Related Incident Report” on bias incident data to be released in December

Associate Dean for Diversity Dr. Jessica Guzmán-Rea announced Monday that work is beginning on the College’s 2020-2022 “Bias-Related Incident Report," which she says is set to be ready around December.

A secret that cannot be told

When you lose a part of yourself, it never really comes back completely. I didn’t time travel when I played anymore.