Op-Eds

Frames across the ocean

Travel holds keys that unlock a number of critical doors. 

Introversion and the imposter syndrome in college

Especially for introverts, classes present the tough situation of “putting yourself out there” when you really don’t want to.

You want better drivers? Test them

Driver’s licenses should have to be renewed every few years. The test should be repeated to ensure a driver is still safe to be on the road.

New Perspective: My study abroad experience during the Korean summer program

The experience of studying in a different country and culture than your own cannot be overemphasized. As someone who rarely…

The problem with hook-up culture

Modern society is plagued with an unnatural and confusing paradigm in romantic relationships: hook-up culture. This new relationship status is…

Cancel culture needs to be reconsidered

In the current era of activism and awareness, we have a predilection for deciding that someone’s works are no longer…

Cultural relativism does not mean blind acceptance

Cultural relativism is the concept that no culture should be ranked or compared to another. Not only is cultural relativism…

Identity clubs and commitment to diversity

There are many student organizations on campus based on culture or identity like the Korean American Students’ Association, Spanish and…

Not all classes are created equal

First-semester first-years are restricted in the amount of credits they can take, presumably in some sort of effort to prevent…

I hate chocolate ice cream.

And you should tell me why I’m wrong. There is nothing more satisfying than to hear the words “I was…