Each week, the Editorial Board meets to discuss our opinions. These are a few of the opinions for this week.
Josh Hoffer: Large lawns and unused rooftop spaces should instead be used for solar power or community produce gardens.
Neeta Patwari: I really wish there was a normal way to say I love true crime without people thinking I'm weird.
Emma Getz: Unpaid internships prioritize rich students and hurt those who can’t afford to work for free.
Madelyn Powers: Nobody understands the value that art has, and they don’t want to pay for what it’s worth. Art should not be worth more when an artist sided.
Maddy Klein: Nostalgia will get people to buy pretty much anything.
Miranda Garbaciak: It’s never bad for boys to wear jeans. They always look good.
Ethan Smith: If the Jacobs School of Music is so highly regarded, then it should implement more non-western styles of music into its curricula.
Matthew Waterman: Any parents who didn't use the fact that Easter was on April Fool'sDay to send their children on a hunt for eggs that weren't there are really not on top of their game.
Anne Anderson: More people would consider IU to be a winning athletic school if they remembered we have women’s teams.
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