Category: Opinion

A call for “farm-to-table” journalism

This semester, as most fall semesters, I’m auditing a course here at Berry College, Religion 333: Land, Race, Violence and the Bible.

We have forgotten the beauty of Black Friday

Black Friday seems to have strayed from its roots as a night/early morning of hysteric shoppers driven by insane prices.

Strength in miles, from Chicago to Berry

Growing up as an only child in the suburbs of Chicago, I inevitably grew to be best friends with my parents.

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.

First year student? Consider philosophy

Everyone knows that you go to college to land a dream job, and to land your dream job you need to choose the right major.

Don’t get caught up in holiday greeting debates

The debate concerning “Merry Christmas” versus “Happy Holidays” is a debate that is brewing with the holiday season coming up.

The best things in life come in threes

For most of my life, I’ve been identified as “the triplets.”

Our View: Participate in local elections

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

Flex Bucks should be more versatile

As a junior, I am on the “Flex Bucks-only” meal plan.

It’s never too early for Christmas music

Society has made it a necessary stance that Christmas music is not allowed to be played publicly until after Thanksgiving.