If social media sites are going to allow themselves to continue being as pivotal as they are in our sociopolitical lives, they need better regulation of content.
Your mental refuge of work and bureaucracy should not prevent you from asking the most important questions in your life. Making the world a better place starts by its being a better place for you.
As a student body, we must continue to push for student representation on the Presidential Search Committee, for it is the only channel through which our voices will not be forgotten.
We need to show our solidarity with survivors without pressuring them to share their stories. A simple hotline number, such as 800.656.HOPE included with “#MeToo” could be an olive branch to them.
If all discussions are shut down before they can start to open up solutions that accommodate everyone who has a stake in the argument, lives will continue to be lost without real consequence.
We have found that many, if not all of the points that David Hunt poses in his letter veer into the territory of the incoherent, misleading, or downright manipulative.
We are disappointed with the removal of the statues of Confederate generals — these statues were placed to commemorate the service of some brilliant military minds and were not meant to be racist.