Ed Observers

A Manifesto for ALL Sexual Assault Survivors

We declare that ALL sexual assault survivors ARE survivors, but NOT BROKEN or DAMAGED individuals. They are HUMANS, individuals who…

It’s time to keep our heads down (and masks on)

Let’s focus on what we can change, and channel our efforts into pushing for improvements that are possible.

An open letter to Workaholics Anonymous

The more you keep going, the less stopping seems to be an option. Thus, I keep going, hypocritically, and I’m sure many of you do, too.

Where’d all the time go?

Our lives are just about to begin, but in order for that to happen, our days of semi-reckless freedom must end.

The excitement and apprehension of in-person instruction

I don’t think I’m the only one on a roller coaster of emotions over the return to school, but overall, I’m smiling.

The joy of a crowd

Campus is alive again. I’m excited about it. I’m excited to hear your stories, and to write new ones together.

The Equality Act isn’t the free-for-all conservatives claim

The Equality Act will have more symbolic than tangible impacts on healthcare access.

Remember this pandemic

If I’ve learned anything about CT as Publisher, it’s that when we do our best work, we represent the memory of the student body.

Still no justice for Daniel Prude

Chauvin’s conviction doesn’t prove that the system is just or fixed.

The problem with American news

News stations’ tendency to focus on the stories that get the most viewers makes a story more likely to be inaccurately reported and sensationalized.