Category: Opinion

Our View: Consider the economic motives of Valentine’s Day

If you ask any realist their thoughts on Valentine’s Day, you might be met with an opinion on the greeting card and candy companies being in alliance to market and sell a packaged, sticker-priced idea of love that we all willingly buy into.

“Happily ever after” isn’t just for kids

The illustrious C.S. Lewis dedicated the second book of his “Chronicles of Narnia” series, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, to his goddaughter Lucy Barfield.

College education is worth the cost

As tuition increases at a crippling rate across the country, questions about the value of a bachelor’s degree arise.

Our View: Trump’s intentions of cooperation are thinly veiled

Last night, President Trump gave his State of the Union address.

Everyone should have a house plant

10 reasons why everyone should have a houseplant

G6: the Super Bowl of Super Smash

One hundred million Americans may have been watching Super Bowl LIII, but I was watching one of the biggest super major tournaments in the competitive Super Smash Bros.

Walking the line of true crime entertainment

If you browse the “trending now” section on Netflix, you will most likely find the newly released docuseries “Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.”

Our View: Commemorating Student Press Freedom Day

The Student Press Law Center (SPLC) publicized Jan. 30 as the nationwide, grassroots Student Press Freedom Day.

Our View: Gillette needs to do more than a single advertisement

In our day and age, consumers often wander the aisles of a grocery store concerned with a bit more than the product.