Ed Observers

How the Campus Times did this fall

We’re tasked with keeping the people in power at our University accountable, but you, our readers (the few that there are), have to keep us accountable, too.

Arguing is not a love language

People need to recognize the difference between challenging their partner and simply being incompatible.

Neutrality is not a tool for change

There is only the persistence of the institution and those who dare to confront it.

Students’ complicated relationship with WiFi

Students often joke about renaming the University’s WiFi network from “UR_Connected” to “UR_Not_Connected,” and I’m beginning to understand why.

Higher education, goats, and me

I discovered that I really only wanted to do two things — to live a full, passionate life, and to make good art about it.

A country comes of age

Joe Biden is willing to listen to this country and do what it takes to fix it.

Pretty please will you get your lazy ass to the voting booth on Nov. 3?

To not vote is to give up what say — however small — you do have in our government.

Save the planet: Repurpose your Halloween costume

I have a proposal: Normalize wearing Halloween costumes year round.

What is success?

Success is the ability to keep persevering, not letting material gains or losses define you.

Conquering anxiety takes practice

Sometimes I’m stronger than my anxiety, other times my anxiety overpowers me. But I keep trying, and I keep improving.