Category: Our View

Our View: Stay informed about impeachment

President Trump is currently undergoing an impeachment inquiry, announced by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Sept. 24th after a whistleblower came forward.

Our View: value traditions but also change

Mountain Day is arguably one of the most difficult Berry traditions to explain to people unfamiliar with the Berry bubble. To outsiders, hundreds of students holding hands, walking up and down a hill, bringing pennies […]

Our View: reconsider your travel destinations

Historic and natural sites are suffering from their popularity as tourist attractions, drawing large crowds and becoming desired destinations based on their popularity as social media hot spots.

Our View: there’s more to health than dieting

Earlier in August, Weight Watchers, now formally rebranded as WW, unveiled a new dieting app specifically designed for 8-17 year olds called Kurbo.

Our View: vaping’s unknown dangers should warrant quitting

In the early 20th century, cigarettes were casually and recreationally used as props in television and film, advertised with no restraints and disregarded as harmful to smokers.

Our View: Intervention is needed in the Amazon

At the end of August, raging fires happening in the Amazon rainforests drew global attention.

Our View: Use college to explore and expand your views

Beginning your freshman year of college is the final symbolic cutting of the umbilical cord between you and your parents.

Our View: Sitcoms give an unrealistic portrayal of adulthood

As the class of 2019 prepares to turn their tassels, the “real” world lies before them.

Our View: Sex education needs to be more comprehensive

In a society constantly confronted with the harsh realities of sexual assault, we need to be more proactive on the matter.

Our View: Pass/fail grading encourages well-rounded education

We’ve all had a class that has seemed so obviously not important to your major, but somehow has affected your GPA the most.