Opinions

Applause isn’t enough for essential workers

Our essential workers, the ones we’re applauding as heroes, are being walked all over. When we’re not clapping and cheering, we should be infuriated.

Why semicolons are sexy

It wasn’t until eleventh grade that I found my true love: the semicolon.  

Promising proposals from SA presidential platforms

Though many initiatives can and should be completed in a term, we’re highlighting one policy we find promising and feasible from each ticket.

UR’s COVID-19 response was good, but it can be ever better

While UR has not been perfect in their response to COVID-19, there is much to appreciate. 

Coronavirus is not the only global crisis

The concern over coronavirus hasn’t particularly fazed me. Sure, it’s a lot more concrete and immediate, but when the back of your mind is always scared that the world will fall apart anyways, the newer global threat loses some of its edge. 

How Zumba saved me from my fitness trauma

All I knew about Zumba was that it was basically exercise dancing to Latin and pop songs. It didn’t sound too bad, but I couldn’t be sure. 

Why COVID-19 is more than just numbers

Not everyone is healthy and young and able to support themselves.

Turn off the news

If there’s something so pertinent I cannot continue to exist without this information, word of mouth will get it to me within the week. 

Coronavirus is not an excuse to be racist

I’m not just putting this out there as an Asian, but as a member of society.

My dorm is changing

I have left a fourth of my college experience behind, and have an incredibly uncertain future given the circumstances.