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Today, while eating in the South Residential Hall on campus, I noticed a familiar encounter that could quickly have escalated into a physical altercation. A young white student brought her boyfriend on campus to eat. Her boyfriend, a young white man (non-student), began to use racial slurs against a young...

If you talk to me or read many of my columns, you’ll know that I consider myself a strong Democrat. While I still feel this way, there has always been...

Wednesday, I was hungry and walking to the Chick-Fil-A truck. Sitting next to the truck were two joined stands: at one stand, people were passing out shirts,...

Lower- and middle-class people obviously understand the struggle of attempting to afford the luxuries — and sometimes even the necessities— of life. People...

In my first two years of college, I have had the opportunity to take two road trips on opposite sides of the country. My first came during spring break...

“Would you feel comfortable with me walking in your bathroom with pink Brazilian hair down my back, wearing 6-inch heels?” L’oreal Johnson asked...

On campus, I have been called a “liberal” countless times, but I feel that words like that should not mold a person into a certain grouping based on...

Last Monday, San Bernardino, California, suffered its second mass shooting in three years. While no one should use the death of a student, teacher and...

About a month ago, an opinion article was published titled “Republican party: Not as pro-life as we think.” Ignoring abortion, I had many issues with...

All people in their lifetime do or say things they do not necessarily want other people to remember. Most of the time, we do not want to judge people on...