EDITORIAL: The Olympic burden

the Olympic games won't clean up Brazil's health risks. Read more

EDITORIAL: The false perception of Planned Parenthood

EDITORIAL: The false perception of Planned Parenthood

Planned Parenthood has been stained by recent allegations, no matter how false they are.  Read more

COLUMN: Microbial miracle workers

Medicine gets help from the micro. Read more

COLUMN: Precisely in love

Have fun by dating with precision. Read more

COLUMN: It's time to find our inner Bernie Sanders

We have to support our local "Bernies" Read more

COLUMN: Zika virus used to control women's bodies

El Salvador should make contraceptives more available during the zika virus outbreak ... Read more

COLUMN: Let them eat cake

There’s a phrase that I absolutely can’t stand. If I wasn’t a girl, I still ... Read more

COLUMN: Axe-ually really good

Male self-acceptance is something we need. Read more


Out in the Open, Episode 1: Freedom of student journalism

Out in the Open features discussions and debates on hot topics and pressing issues in current events. The show is hosted by the Opinion editor, Madison Hogan, and stars columnists ...

Letters to the editor

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LETTER: Reinvest IU

Fight climate change by shifting investments Read more

​LETTER: On being bored in college lecture

Boredom is the sparrow: opportunistic, resilient, and found everywhere. Read more

LETTER: Have you seen this decal at the restaurants you patronize?

Make your dining choices on the basis of whether the establishment complies with ... Read more

LETTER: Pragmatism is wrong for journalism education

It should be more than just pre-employment training. Read more