Opinions

The ‘major’ major decision

The prominence of our majors to our lives as students and the pressure of job security can make our majors seem crucial, tantamount to future success.

Parting thoughts from our University leaders

University leaders send their well wishes to the Class of 2016.

Letter: Don’t criticize attempts at change

After the University’s Commission on Race & Diversity voted in overwhelming support of banning Yik Yak from University Wi-Fi, President Seligman responded by disregarding that democratic choice and keeping the service on campus.

Here’s some advice

You really don’t need my advice—and that’s why I’m going to give it to you.

A call for decorum in the DPS gun debate

These people are not stupid. They are not out to bilk students out of their money, to make them feel unsafe, or to operate in secrecy in order to sneak possibly objectionable measures under their noses.

A clinical response

The Editorial Board commends the University on its robust response to the recent outbreak of Norovirus within the campus community.

The real Rochester

Although Rochester was once an American boomtown, hurled into the spotlight of the photographic industry, this did not last.

My experience being a Donald Trump supporter for two days

I’m a different person now. When they come in my way, I can just shout loud enough.

Martino’s and Floto’s SA

The Editorial Board congratulates juniors Vito Martino and Lance Floto on becoming Students’ Association (SA) President and Vice President. Having endorsed them, we are pleased to see that the candidates we believed to be best for the position will now hold office.

Shapiro is a champion of free speech

Trigger warning: I support Ben Shapiro. Reflecting on Ben Shapiro’s speech this week, here are the five things Shapiro claims that the left uses to stifle opposing opinions—and why he is right.