Maral Margossian explains the integral role of presenting diverse viewpoints in the op/ed page.
How can journalists ensure that the truth is reported responsibly in the future?
The Daily Collegian articulates the values it stands for and goals it strives to achieve.
Francis Schulze discusses the lessons that Americans should take from Haitian society.
Jenna Careri explains the significance of the New York Times’ editorial on the gun epidemic.
Stefan Herlitz discusses how Americans tend to assert their own rights as the solution to all the country’s problems, while simultaneously disregarding the opinions and rights of others.
Ian Hagerty discusses what the NYPD slowdown shows us about unnecessary arrests and the corruption in the police department.
Nicholas Pappas analyzes the nation’s debt over the years and discusses why government spending is an issue that the GOP will be tackling in Congress.
Benjamin Clabault explains how the name of “Columbus Day” signifies a collective ignorance to an American history of greed and exploitation.
Samuel Fountain argues that raising the federal minimum wage is necessary in order for fast food workers to sustain a basic living.
The media and many white Americans help to protect institutions of racial oppression that cause unimaginable pain and kill unarmed teenagers in the street, argues columnist Zac Bears.
Collegian Staff Nathan Frontiero argues that the SGA Judiciary must overturn the Elections Commission decision to invalidate the DMC ticket.
UVC-TV 19: A segment from Episode 118, Yakkers discuss the phenomenon of snuggle houses, professional snugglers, and touch therapy! Molly Plaehn makes her directorial debut with host, John Holowitz and commentary from Hailey Wicker, Patrick Amidon and Miles Powell.
Collegian Editor in Chief Stephen Hewitt explains the decision behind the full-page advertisement on the front cover of Wednesday’s edition.
Katie McKenna wonders why she’s rooting for her country’s athletes at Sochi.
Julian del Prado ties in lessons from international relations to the Olympic stage.
UVC-TV 19: Panelists discuss the ethical implications of Sugar Daddies and recall memorable historical figures in light of Nelson Mandela’s passing. Lastly, in a special Yeah Dude! segment, Yakkers discuss how best to charm the ladies.
Check out our Editorial/Opinion special issue, with a focus on higher education.
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