Category: Our View

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.

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

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

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.

Our View: Shutdown is doing more harm than good

Our nation entered a partial government shutdown at midnight on Dec. 21.

Our View: Hateful rhetoric can have scary consequences

In late October, more than a dozen Democrats and known critics of President Trump, including two former presidents, were the targets of explosives, mailed to them by a conservative extremist and Trump supporter.

Our View: Participate in local elections

In the United States, the pressure of voting seems to solely reside on presidential elections.

Our View: Millenials should be more active in voting

It seems that the push for voter registration is far stronger than ever before.

Our View: Character is as important as credentials

Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump’s nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, is being investigated by the FBI after the Senate hearing that took place this past week.

Our View: Lax environmental policies create lasting damage

When it comes to climate change, we often look to the weather to predict what is eventually going to happen, using it as a map of past weather trends to analyze and compare.