Opinion



COLUMN: The minimum wage shouldn't be uniform

The arguments from both sides of the political aisle are generally faulty and neither are discussing the minimum wage from a policy perspective. Read more

COLUMN: The minimum wage shouldn't be uniform

The arguments from both sides of the political aisle are generally faulty and ... Read more

COLUMN: Excitement for Kamala Harris's potential 2020 bid

Reports of a potential 2020 presidential bid from Sen. Kamala Harris have many ... Read more

COLUMN: Race riots require social remedies

If racial violence is a social problem, it requires social remedies. Read more

COLUMN: Steve King doesn’t belong in Congress

Rep. Steve King has a dangerously uninformed perspective of SNAP and its enrollees ... Read more

COLUMN: Model minority myth harms Asian-Americans

The model minority myth marginalizes the struggles of the Asian-American community ... Read more

COLUMN: Sexual violence prevention policies need better enforcement on campus

Sex-discrimination legislation must be enthusiastically adopted by universities ... Read more


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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 ...



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LETTER: Senator Donnelly is a workhorse

A response to Brian Gamache's column, "Indiana has a do-nothing senator" Read more

LETTER: A modest proposal for the EGSC

The English Graduate Solidarity Coalition should practice what it preaches Read more

LETTER: Changing the world one bite at a time

"Meatless Monday" is an easy way to greatly help the environment  Read more

LETTER: Robel represented SASV unjustly

Provost Robel attempted to unfairly disparage Students Against State Violence in ... Read more