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If I was around in Tip O’Neill’s day, I doubt we would’ve agreed on much, but he did get one thing exceptionally right: All politics is local. In the age of 24-hour news cycles and the theatrics of President Trump, it has become increasingly easy to forget this truth in favor of focusing on...

It isn’t news that men often dismiss feminism because we consider it too radical or because we don’t quite understand it. Many of us were raised to...

Perfection is a goal all of us strive for, whether or not we know it. Whether you’re striving for the perfect body, relationship or grades, you’re...

Millennials have power. Even though they receive constant criticism from older individuals, they aren’t often recognized as the political powerhouse...

This column is responding to Will Hall’s column “Statue opinion must be challenged” published Nov. 3. Will Hall’s opinion is nothing new, and it...

In the heart of Oxford there stands a statue of a lone soldier who stares in perpetuity over the place which he once died for. For more than 100 years,...

Driving is a privilege, but within our country, it has been consistently portrayed as more of a right. Everywhere you drive all over the state and in many...

This guest column is in response to Will Hall’s column “Elect McDaniel, oppose establishment” published Oct. 16. As our country’s two...

Yesterday was Halloween, which meant parties, dressing up and some scares. It was a big deal for most of us in the United States. It was also Reformation...

Essentially, contextualization doesn’t work with Confederate statues in public spaces because it’s a policy based exclusively on the white experience....