Op-Eds

Standing with Standing Rock

Standing Rock signifies much more than just a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Mind the science gap

Thoughts on the decline of science literacy in America, and what the scientific community can do about it.

A shocking but expected week with President Trump

It’s clear that there isn’t really a difference between candidate Trump and 45th President of the United States Trump.

Regarding last Monday’s Senate meeting

In essence, the SA Constitution prohibits discrimination based on a variety of factors, notably, in this conversation, gender identity and gender expression.

A reflection on Greek life, 3 years later

You are told to be yourself, but in the end, you are reduced to a score.

A letter from the University of Rochester community

We, the undersigned faculty and staff at the University of Rochester, are united against intimidation, violence, and bigotry.

“Embrace the suck” in winter, and life

Even when the weather gets bad (which it will—we all know Rochester’s snow is just waiting to wreak havoc), find new ways to appreciate your environment.

Avoid the echo chambers surrounding Palestinian Awareness Month

Rather, we are asking for holistic support that allows Jewish and Muslim students alike to express their opinions throughout Palestinian Awareness Month.

Recognizing a rise in Bias-Related Incidents

Over the past week, the College has experienced a large increase in the number of Bias-Related Incidents reported through the CARE system.

Blame the Democratic National Committee for President Trump

From the very beginning, pundits called this election “The Year of the Outsider.” Yet in the Year of the Outsider, the DNC buried the Outsider, in favor of an Insider.