Staff Editorials

Editorial: Orientation Matters

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The decisions you make now in terms of planning can launch your academic career, or stand in the way of it.

Editorial: Spring 2015 Report Card

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President Harvey Stenger: B- We’ve praised President Stenger in past report cards, awarding him with fairly high grades and acknowledging his effort to maintain an active presence on campus. He has this semester as well, but his interactions with Students...

Editorial: Snap Out of It

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It seems harmless to take just one pill for just one paper, but it’s easy to fall into a cycle of dependency.

Editorial: Go With the Flo

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Whether moving on to graduate school, future employment or parents’ basements, many future graduates can find comfort and camaraderie from a speaker with whom they have shared experiences.

Editorial: Bareback Bearcats

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It doesn’t take a survey to figure out that most college students are not trying to have children, but when sheer carelessness is involved, it could happen to you.

Editorial: A Pluralist Proposition

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Any class, whether it be on gender studies or indigenous peoples, must open students’ eyes to the oppressive structures that underly society in ways we may not discover on our own outside of the classroom.

Editorial: An Inconvenient Survey

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While the survey results point to many areas that are in desperate need of improvement…there were not nearly enough responses to effectively measure our campus climate.

Editorial: Written Into Office

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We like that he is really embracing the “multicultural” aspect of the VPMA positon, but we caution him to remember that issues of race and discrimination on this campus cannot be ignored.

Editorial: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

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Recruitment must be a gradual process. We can’t expect the University to significantly change these numbers by 2020, but goals can be set to increase the number of enrolled minority students each year.

Editorial: Dropped Mic, Dropped Ball

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The two options that seem possible are that his staff did not prepare him, or that he chose not to discuss the material with which his staff prepared him. Both are damning.