Opinions

The stakes are lower than you think

Sleep and diet can fall by the wayside when a cumulative exam remains to be studied for.

Living with a foreign accent

Accepting that people sound different and embracing them for that reason is important. We are a generation of different languages, dialects, and accents with code-switching as our way of life.

We put study spaces in their places

With finals just around the corner, we’ve compiled our rankings of some major study spaces on campus, from worst to best.

Frat parties aren’t free

Ah, I love the smell of female objectification in the morning! Or the afternoon, or the nighttime, (because it happens all the time, after all).

Dealing with a political death

Why was it now, when Bush had just died, that we all decided to voice our opinions about the man’s politics?

Hillside, do the right thing

Hillside Market recently transitioned from plastic bags to paper ones. It was probably a stupid decision.

Irony fails

It’s much easier to hide behind a shell of reflexive irony than to actually confront the often insurmountable problems we encounter growing up.

You’re not really busy

I try to think about what happens on the other side of the screen when someone in my organization receives a mass email entreating them to help out.

Generation smartphone

Imagine yourself in a small class, fewer than 10 students. You arrive several minutes early, and the professor, along with a few students, is already there.

Why the gun proposal needs a public forum

Following the gun proposal by DPS, the Minority Students Advisory Board (MSAB) asked the administration for a public forum.