Ed Observers

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.

Here’s some advice

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

The real Rochester

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

Black and Yellow

“Chink,” the boy snickered. I was caught off guard, too stunned to respond. He turned to his friends and said matter-of-factly, “That’s what my mom said they’re called.”

Keep dining pricing consistent

Dining prices aren’t ideal.With the “unlimited” Declining plan, many students don’t run out, even though it is still very possible to spend all 2,100 dollars worth of Declining throughout the semester. This is kind-of absurd.

Trump and ‘blue collar fears’

Now that Trump has been beaten in the Iowa Caucus, it is much easier for people to write him off as a reality star who played with fire.

Berned out

Sanders isn’t perfect, and he isn’t immune to criticism—something many Sanders supporters, at least those who populate social media, either don’t understand or refuse to accept.

Gun safety is a top priority for America going forward

Gun violence in America has been and will always be an issue about having the fundamental right to feel safe.

A letter to my Grandfather

Tom was a honorable UR alumnus with strong virtues that he stuck by unwaveringly until his passing.

The Campus Times they are a-changin’

As one of the oldest student organizations on campus, the CT boasts tremendous staying power—and we intend to keep the stone rolling through this year and into the next.