Ed Observers

Eighty years ago we left the Jews behind. Who are we forgetting now?

I see the same pain of my Jewish peers at Michigan in my Tibetan and Hong Kong peers at UR. 

Minding the greeting gap

Wouldn’t it be nice to have a universal greeting code?

The Campus Times is changing, again

The expansion doesn’t look like it’s going to let up this semester.

The Campus Times’ next step

As I pass the torch to the next publisher, the bar has been raised for the CT’s potential.

A response to the recent College Republicans letter

I should recognize the optics of a piece disappearing from our site soon after it is posted.

How jigsaw puzzles taught me to be a better person

Aren’t we always more impressed by the athlete that masters a move on the first try than the athlete that has mastered it after years of practice?

You don’t need to drink to have fun

I know I’m in the minority. I’m here to vouch, however, that partying sober is not that bad. 

Please don’t take a ‘creative’ class if you won’t try

Just showing up to relax and writing “when you feel like it” — a perfectly valid pursuit — is what Nanowrimo and A03 are for.

Window seats are the inferior choice

But an aisle seat really starts looking like an attractive option when nature has you on speed dial.

YA novels changed my life more than the Bible

Rather, the most impactful genre of literature in my life thus far has been the YA novel.