Opinions

All Lives Matter excludes those who need it most

In the United States, uplifting “all” too often means prioritizing white uplift. 

A country of compromise

Debating and compromising over the value and autonomy of black bodies on the Senate floor is a well-established tradition of the U.S. government — a tradition which fearlessly and unabashedly screams to black America, “We do not believe in your humanity.”

Blue lives don’t exist

If you want to monopolize violence, then you should be willing to be its first victim. But most cops aren’t.

Vandal with care: the right reasons for destruction

Random looting, especially by white so-called allies, especially of independent, often minority-owned businesses, is not direct action.

Reflecting on a college career cut short

Now, knowing everything I do, I’d go back in a heartbeat to that cramped Sue B. dorm, even with the occasional cockroach in the shower.

A reconsidered criticism of UR Student

UR Student appears to be a capable site that needs to be made more userfriendly for a whole list of reasons.

Farewell transmission

Why is it all ending this way? Partly because of the unavoidable chaos of disease, and partly because of the inevitable march of time.

Campus Times will return to print

The dust of this pandemic is far from settled, but it’s safe to say no one will deny the merits…

Cheers and jeers: (Virtual) commencement

Cheers to the seniors who, due to COVID-19 or anything else, aren’t graduating yet.

Talk to me about anything but COVID-19

While there’s undeniably a lot of material there, COVID-19 jokes are low-hanging fruit.