Our personal identities should have no direct influence on our political agendas.
Music doesn't have to be deep to in order to enjoy it.
Professors should change how they treat dead week.
Each week, the Editorial Board meets and exchanges some or our opinions. These are a few of them from last week.
By revealing sexual assault allegations, the Pulitzer winners deserve their awards.
Newest Call of Duty ignores what gamers want.
Hoosier voters should support feminist policies.
Trump's recent actions in Syria will not help Syrians.
Until effective methods to prevent TBIs are developed, the NFL must change how football is played.
Representation for disabled actors in media needs to increase.
The current accountability system fails students.
Some of the Editorial Board's Weekly opinions.
Some IU construction projects don’t use funds as efficiently as they could.
Malaysia's new law regulating "Fake News" may hurt more than it helps.
Education should focus on transferable skills, not the regurgitation of facts and figures.
Sinclair should not be pushing their own corporate agenda to hundreds of local news stations.
In divisive times, the new stamp choice reminds us to be kind.
Palestinians' protests along the Israel-Gaza border are for a just cause.
Support from March for Our Lives should translate to Black Lives Matter.