Editorial Boards

CT will remain, online

CT was designed to reflect a specific type of experience, and in the past few days, that experience has shifted drastically.

We’re still not better than that

"If a student can spend over a year at this school and still not think twice about posting a picture like that, we’re doing something wrong."

Effective student government is a two-way street

The ball is in both courts — it’s on the student government to represent us properly, but it’s also on us to tell them what we want and need.

Cheers and jeers: Valentine’s Day edition

Cheers to Valentine’s Day candy going on sale after February 14. Jeers to the jacked up candy prices for the month preceding the holiday.

The Steamies: UR’s best (and worst) showers on campus

We’ve already done our own alternative Oscars, and none of us are going to watch the awards show anyway, so instead we decided to give awards to UR’s showers. 

Something doesn’t sit right with SodaStream

But when you poke the do-gooder bubble, this operation is yet another reminder of the sickly-sweet tone corporations will adopt to sell you anything.

America’s crossroads, then and now

America, Glaude said, was at a crossroads. And hearing about it, it sounded eerily familiar.

UR’s break, your choice

The new semester just started, but for some (maybe most) of us, the grind never stopped.

Flag display should be for the students, by the students

We appreciate the administration's attempt to avoid student conflict, but the flags should not be taken down. 

The painted tunnel provides a primer in dialogue

The painted tunnel has become a platform for sociopolitical messaging. And it shows us how — and how not — to engage in a dialogue.