Columnist Joi Adams argues that gift cards are a more than suitable present during the holiday season that can help to reduce stress.
One Like For Instagram with No Likes
Columnist, Olivia Sullivan, discusses how she believe Instagam’s new “likes” policy will decrease bullying and allow people to be themselves.
Conscience Protection for Medical Employees
Managing Editor, Ty Smith, discusses conscience protection for people in the medical field, and the impact of conscience protection legislation.
Tension, Turkey, and Toxic Environments
Editor in Chief, Elizabeth Schoof, gives her take on toxic Thanksgiving arguments and what you should do about them.
Saving Daylight Savings Time
Staff writer, Yashowanto Ghosh, has a creative take on how to make Daylight Savings a good thing in both the Fall and Spring.
Unpopular Opinion: Christmas Belongs After Thanksgiving
Opinion Editor Anna-JO Stuart gives her thoughts on getting into the holiday spirit before Thanksgiving arrives.
Reasons to Fall for Fall
Reporter Abigail Safago shares why exactly fall is the best season of all.
College Athletes Should be able to Profit off of Their Images and Likenesses
Columnist Madison Creech gives her thoughts on California Senate Bill 206 and what it will mean for student-athletes.
Being Kind in an Increasing Polarized World
Opinion Editor Anna-JO Stuart gives her thoughts on the recent controversy about Ellen DeGeneres and President Bush. What does it mean to be kind to everyone?
The Sandy Hook Promise ad reflects our new Reality
Story by Gabriela Sanchez Del Pozo Clarke, Columnist Photo courtesy of Canva The new Sandy Hook Promise Foundation commercial about “back to school essentials” really hits hard. Many people have criticized it, but […]