It’s not a secret amongst my friends, family, and really even people who don’t know me all that well that I’m a big Jimmy Fallon fan.Big.In fact I’ve been waiting all year for an opportunity to devote a column to what I think is the world’s most adorable human being, never finding a good enough reason other than, well, that.All mild obsessions aside, I think most late night viewers and comedy fans would agree that there isn’t anyone as kind-hearted and genuine as Fallon.
Last week, an advocate for Student Concealed Carry was out in front of Ballantine. There was a small crowd, so I decide to stop and listen.I was paying closer attention to the responses of the concealed carry advocate, until a fellow student, upon seeing the topic for discussion, said, “oh hell yeah.
The best way to prevent sexual assault is with education, programs, and open discussions meant to identify the problems involving sexual assault in today’s world.All too often, however, these tactics fail and sexual assaults are attempted or occur.
On Friday, October 24, the Indiana Daily Student printed a story about predicted voter turnout in this year’s midterm elections.
CNN conducted a panel discussing the viral Cat Calling video made by the marketing group Hollaback, and the discussion between panelists Amanda Seales, and Steve Santagati was very disappointingly, and yet not shockingly, sexist.