Jennifer Tuttle

Class of 2016


  • Cocksnotglocks shows America has hard-on for violence

    Which is more harmless — a handgun or a dildo? Surprisingly, this seems to be a question that stumps a lot of Americans. Last June, the Texas state legislature passed the “Campus Carry Law,” which allows students at University of Texas campuses to carry guns on campus with a concealed carry permit. Meanwhile, it is against university policy to display anything or engage in any public demonstration...

    Forum | October 19, 2015
  • Pope will never be ally to LGBTQ

    Pope Francis has done a spectacular job of modernizing the Catholic Church and opening it up to ideas and people that it would have turned away in the past. However, the Catholic Church will never be a champion for liberal ideas and social constructs.

    Forum | October 12, 2015
  • Pointing fingers won’t solve refugee disaster

    In the past year, over 200,000 refugees from Syria — which is being torn apart by the extremist organization ISIS — entered the European Union by way of Hungary. Last Tuesday, Hungary closed its borders, making it illegal and almost impossible to enter the country.

    Forum | September 21, 2015
  • Tales from Abroad: Learning to go with the flow

    Before I studied abroad, I hadn’t left the confines of North America. Sure, I had been on trips to Canada with my family and several high school clubs, but that was the extent of my international travels. After just under two months studying abroad, I have now been to three new countries. I’ve explored several cities in France, where I can somewhat easily navigate and communicate with locals. But...

    Pillbox | March 30, 2015
  • Tales from Abroad: Exploring Paris with an open mind

    Before I left to study abroad in Paris for a semester, whenever I would tell someone about my plans, I would often receive a very similar reaction from everyone: “Don’t you know that the French hate Americans”?

    Pillbox | February 23, 2015

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