Opinions

Gossip isn’t just petty — it’s harmful

I don’t want to flee from intimacy into the shallow interactions that result from endless “girl talk” about my relationships, in place of living them.

How the Campus Times did this fall

We’re tasked with keeping the people in power at our University accountable, but you, our readers (the few that there are), have to keep us accountable, too.

Cheers and jeers: Thanksgiving edition

Cheers to 2020 being almost over.

Arguing is not a love language

People need to recognize the difference between challenging their partner and simply being incompatible.

Why we play

The two or three one-hour practices a week that I have with my team have been one of the few bright spots of this fall semester, and have helped me pull through mentally strenuous times.

Biden’s victory changes nothing if we don’t change ourselves

On the off chance someone besides the editors of this paper are actually reading this, please: Think hard about what parts of your own mind would prefer a president who looks like Biden to a president who looks like Harris.

Neutrality is not a tool for change

There is only the persistence of the institution and those who dare to confront it.

Becky with the good hair: Colorism and power in the Jewish community

I’m impatient with my community’s unwillingness to see just how many people are left behind in the rush to assimilate at all costs.

Students’ complicated relationship with WiFi

Students often joke about renaming the University’s WiFi network from “UR_Connected” to “UR_Not_Connected,” and I’m beginning to understand why.

Why dining halls should give Meatless Mondays a shot

Forgoing meat is a conscious and thoughtful choice that people make because they think that easing the burden on our earth is more important than satisfying their taste buds.