This edition is archived. Go back to the current edition

Surveillance shows need for reform within NSA

To ensure the liberties of citizens while surveillance occurs, the NSA must only track information on people who are direct threats and remain transparent.

Texas abortion law restricts rights

By continuing to fight these misogynistic laws wherever they inevitably arise nationwide, we can prove that the ability of a woman to do with her body as she so chooses can’t be legislated.

Boycott of Sochi games will not develop diversity

The reasons behind boycotting the 2014 Winter Olympics are admirable and agreeable, but boycotts are ultimately not useful and flawed in logic.

NaNoWriMo is not just for writers

NaNoWriMo has benefits for both people who love to write and people who feel they have no writing skills whatsoever.

Little outreach during Student Senate week

If Student Senate wants to increase its visibility and presence on campus, it needs to pair its attention-grabbing giveaways with promotions of their other campus initiatives.

Head injuries should be treated seriously

People need to be more aware of the negative effects of concussions, and consider further steps to protect athletes from these injuries.

Electronic cigarettes need to be regulated

People should know more about e-cigarettes before they decide how they should be regulated.

A Person's Opinion

The Tartan is contemplating facial hair this week. So we asked, "How do you feel about No Shave November?"

« Newer stories Older stories »