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In the three years since Chancellor Vitter took control of the leadership at our university, we have declined in various positive metrics as well as witnessed our university become exceptionally divided. A majority of conservatives have felt alienated by Vitter’s leadership since the beginning, with his...

I care about Thousand Oaks, California. Nothing will change the love I will indefinitely express towards that community. Nothing. Right now it seems more...

The contextualization plaque in front of our school’s Confederate monument is an interesting commentary on university policy. The plaque discusses the...

Freedom of speech is crucial to our society in order to maintain democracy in the United States. But at what point does this freedom to spread one’s...

Recent discussion of campus elections has brought attention to one well-known, yet often unspoken issue: Greek organizational advantages in our elections....

Tomorrow, Americans across the country will go to the polls to vote in the 2018 midterm election. With all U.S. House of Representatives seats up for re-election,...

When I arrived in Oxford in August of 2015, I was a conservative. I was raised in the South by evangelical Republican parents where the candidates’ support...

When I studied abroad in Chile, many of my friends — both Chilean students and exchange students from Europe — were absolutely shocked when I told...

There are many factors that affect the price of healthcare in the United States. Chiefly among these are insurers, excessive litigation, volatile prices...

Few people would argue with the beauty of a California sunset. The bright lights of Times Square are tough to compete with. But there is one thing that...