Category: Our View

Our View: Female athletes deserve respect in the media 

In honor of Women’s History Month, let’s take the opportunity to talk about something the media won’t: female athletes.

Student View: Victory Lake deserves an educational boardwalk 

At one point during its existence, Victory Lake, the site we now know as a mucky wetland with nice trails and interesting Bald Cypress trees, was actually a lake.

Our View: Anonymity shouldn’t outweigh productivity 

In theory, and theory alone, anonymity is one of the greatest capabilities available to individuals. Authors have used pseudonyms to publish successful works that otherwise would not have been as successful if readers knew the author’s race, sexuality or gender.

Our View: Canadian protests affect Americans too 

International politics can have a large impact on the U.S. despite the fact that they occur beyond the border. Conflict internationally, in particular, can also inhibit U.S. trade and impact the daily lives of Americans. 

Our View: Talking about mental health is important 

This article mentions suicide. If you or a friend need to talk to someone now, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255. 

Our View: Student media has the power to create change 

Too many times, college journalists get heat for being on their newspaper staff.

Our View: Always take sexual assault on campus seriously 

Recently at Berry, students have been trying to raise awareness about the amount of sexual assaults on campus.

Our View: Travis Scott needs to be held accountable 

A couple of weeks ago, on Nov. 5, several excited concertgoers attended the first night of the music festival Astroworld in Houston, Texas.

Our View: Intervention is needed in the fashion industry 

Today, the process of buying clothes has never been simpler. With just a few clicks of a button, a person can have a brand new shirt or pants on their doorstep in less than 72 hours.