Love over dogma: the Pope and homosexuality

In Opinion by Eduardo "Po" Alvarez

Pope Francis has been creating a stir in the Catholic community since his papacy started eight months ago. He has called for a shift in the church’s attitude toward groups …

Diversity: letting go of ignorance

In Opinion by Taylor Von Striver

Malcolm S. Forbes, former publisher of Forbes magazine, described diversity as “the art of thinking independently together.” To some, this notion of corporately seeking independence might be considered an oxymoron, …

A parable: the slug and the snail

In Opinion by Samuel Powell

All the networks were abuzz at Mollusc University; a professor had declared that she had for some time felt that she was, although physiologically a slug, actually a snail–respecting the …

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Letter from the Editor’s desk

In Opinion by Abby Hamblin

Dear Reader, I’ve been thinking about you. I feel like I’m always thinking about you. Sometimes I think about you on my drive to school in the morning. This morning …

Big Brother: NSA and Privacy Issues

In Opinion by Emily Gardner

I’m sure most have heard the paranoid phrase, “Big Brother is watching” and most of these conspiracy theorists stem from suspicions of the NSA. The administration monitors information transmitted, primarily …

To Be A Commuter Student

In Opinion by Jenna Hussey

My day begins in the wee hours of the morning. Not 8AM, not even 7AM, but 5AM. As I scurry to get ready, packing my lunch and pretending my almond …