Maral Margossian explains the integral role of presenting diverse viewpoints in the op/ed page.
Maral Margossian urges readers to try and understand each other when tensions run high.
In light of World Suicide Prevention Day, Opinion Editor Maral Margossian discusses ways we can prevent suicide.
Maral Margossian discusses the power of literature to reach all types of people.
Columnist Maral Margossian exposes a flaw in the American view of body image, especially in Hollywood.
Maral Margossian gives a brief explanation into the importance for young people to vote, especially today.
Maral Margossian warns us of the bombardment of invasive, personalized advertisements that the average person deals with on a daily basis.
Maral Margossian discusses the horrors of the Armenian genocide, and explains why it is vital to remember the atrocity.
Maral Margossian gives us five reasons why Putin wouldn’t dare start World War III in Crimea.
For International Women’s Day on March 8, the Daily Collegian‘s Op/Ed Staff organized a special issue to discuss women’s rights, feminism and women’s place in global society today. You can pick up a copy of the print edition at on and off-campus locations, and you can check out all of the columns by clicking the links below.
Maral Margossian argues that the women’s rights movement still has work to do in accomplishing its goals worldwide.
Maral Margossian condemns the NSA’s recent adoption of the octopus, a historic symbol of institutional overreach, as its logo.
Maral Margossian explores the harmful nature of online “thinspiration” communities and websites, and advocates for their regulation.
Maral Margossian stresses the importance of allowing introverts the opportunity to flourish in a world where it seems extroverts dominate.
Maral Margossian illustrates our “lives of quiet desperation” and our resulting need for a calmer schedule.
Maral Margossian dispels the cynicism surrounding Generation Y and offers a more optimistic take of the group.
Specialization discourages us from perceiving each other as complex, multidimensional, human beings and instead creates the illusion that we can achieve a definite understanding of each other simply through our majors or jobs.