Opinion Archives
Oct. 04, 2017

After what happened in Vegas, we need to talk about gun control

The rate of people killed by guns in the U.S. is 19.5 times higher than similar high-income countries around the world. On Monday, a lone gunman killed over 50 people in the worst mass shooting by a single gunman in modern American history. It’s time to t

Sep. 26, 2017

We can’t keep denying climate change

In the midst of one of the worst hurricane seasons of the past decade, it’s time to stop ignoring climate change — especially when lives are on the line.

Trump’s insulting nature has put us in a tough position — here’s why

Trump’s impulsive words and behaviors toward North Korea only put people in danger.

Sep. 21, 2017

Violence is never a good solution, so why is antifa gaining popularity?

Antifa uses violence to gain attention for its cause, but it only makes the other side seem more credible.

Donald Trump prioritizes ending DACA over the damages of hurricanes Harvey and Irma

Trump briefly visits victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, while focusing on ending DACA.

Sep. 17, 2017

We should attempt to stay rational when discussing hot button topics

Clashing views on political issues decrease the amount of discussion.

Sep. 13, 2017

Trump may have helped DACA by ending it

The complexity of DACA makes the current administration's decisions come under intense scrutiny.

Gone are the days we can safely give companies our personal information

The Equifax hack shows that now is the time for consumers to tell Congress to take more action to protect their personal data.

Sep. 10, 2017

Why is a former top Trump advisor associated with a Nazi-affiliated group?

Sebastian Gorka’s affiliation with an undesirable group brings scrutiny upon advisors in the Trump administration.

Sep. 08, 2017

Are you ready to discuss mental health?

It’s time we really talked about it.

Aug. 31, 2017

The mobile applications landscape is changing

Apps drive engagement on smartphones, but downloads haven't kept pace.

It’s time to take down Confederate monuments

Confederate statues and monuments litter public places across America, taking pride in a shameful past.

Aug. 23, 2017

After Charlottesville, there’s hope in dissenters

In the wake of a Trump presidency it’s hard to feel hope. Despite the events in Charlottesville, Virginia, I’ve found some.

Aug. 22, 2017

Galaxy Note 8 could redeem Samsung

After dealing with the exploding Galaxy Note 7, Samsung is attempting to right its previous wrongs.

College athletes deserve to be paid

The NCAA reaps the benefits from an unfair agreement.

Aug. 17, 2017

Free college tuition would counteract poverty and debt

“College debt is an epidemic across the United States.”

America’s next challenge is automation

Unaddressed automation is posing a real threat to job security for Americans and will lead to increased unemployment in many sectors.

Aug. 16, 2017

The NAACP issuing a travel advisory for Missouri is a clever move

SB 43 is to blame for the NAACP’s first-ever travel advisory.

Jul. 11, 2017

The BCRA is a despicable piece of legislation

The supposed replacement for the ACA is a hodgepodge of slashes to millions of Americans’ health-care coverage.

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