It is more important now than ever before for us to advocate for healthy levels of political discourse and allow for multiple points of view to be expressed.
Community Voices columnist Tony Pham argues that lower quality online classes and underutilized campus amenities should result in lower tuition
Community Voices columnist Siddhi Nair asserts that on-campus jobs help international students learn about American society.
Community Voices columnist Dillon Fuquay argues that President Donald Trump’s attempts to undermine the election show a disregard for the rule of law.
Gerrymandering, the filibuster and partisan Supreme Court nominees serve only to exacerbate the political polarization of our nation.
Loyalty toward the party has taken precedence over loyalty toward the nation and its founding principles. President George Washington warned us of the disaster that would result from a two-party system, stating in his Farewell Address:
Cases of Arlington Police killing unarmed citizens demonstrate a need for more discipline and transparency within the force.
Over the past few months, there has been a greater awareness of the damage policing does to our communities. From here in America to France and now Nigeria, people are starting to ask the same question abolitionists have been asking for years: what does a world without police look like?
Jean Luc Reynolds, aerospace engineering junior and Community Voices columnist, believes utilizing mail-in votes is an outdated system.
Community Voices columnist Joel Cueto argues that less clickbait, more policy-focused coverage and less opinion and drama in our news will help regain public approval.
They say that we realize the importance of things only when we no longer have them. This realization hit me hard after the university announced new rules for conducting events on campus. What would that mean for the cultural celebrations organized by the Indian Mavericks Society, the Indian …
Community Voices columnist Zaria Turner recommends seeing Christopher Nolan’s latest film, despite its issues with sound mixing and underdeveloped characters.
Community Voices columnist Cristobal Trujillo argues that video games can draw audiences into a story and give them emotional stakes like no other medium.
Cities in Texas have responded to the nationwide Black Lives Matter and defunding the police movements, such as Austin, which voted to cut its police department by one-third.
Community Voices columnist Jordan K. Joiner argues that arbitration essentially limits your right to a jury trial in many civil cases, and mandatory arbitration clauses discourage employees from making claims when their rights are violated.
Community Voices columnist Landry Rhodes explains how Joe Biden could better connect to differing groups of voters by learning a thing or two from Bernie Sanders’ campaign.
Community Voices columnist Kara Otuke says rugged individualism breeds selfishness, and politicians who follow this ideal may let down their constituents.
It is OK for graduates to at once agree with the steps the university has taken to mitigate the spread of coronavirus and regret the resulting lack of a commencement.
With the state of the world casting people’s lives into disarray, canceling classes would show consideration for the well-being of teachers and students.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest describes how a single person can do their part to prevent spreading the coronavirus to those most vulnerable to it.
Health care and education costs, stagnant wages and parental expenditures lead to financial insecurity, which could lead to radicalization if left unaddressed.
Joe Biden has repeatedly said that Americans are united in their love for this country and each other, while Donald Trump asserts that Americans will be united under his presidency.
In spite of the hatred, violence and senseless death that’s left our country reeling, I still think we have it in us to work together and pull through.
This trend of disbelieving women is not only common in incidents of rape and assault, but it is rooted in many of our institutions and everyday interactions.
While the debate could have been more productive, the president’s aggressiveness allowed him to make many solid points.