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Excluding during the Civil War era, our country has never been closer to the brink of bursting at the seams with political divisiveness as it is today. This column isn’t meant to advocate for a particular political ideology or to throw shade at certain political organizations that push for the foundations...

Last April, the town of Khan Shaykhun, Syria was forced to inhale sarin nerve gas. At least 74 people were killed and more than 557 were injured. In response,...

I didn’t want to admit it for a long time. In fact, it wasn’t until I saw her that I was sure I was bisexual. I was even surer in the months following,...

For a long time, people struggling with mental health issues have been stigmatized. Whether they struggle with suicidal thoughts, drug addictions or mental...

“What’s that?” asked my new friend from West Virginia University, pointing to the Circle from Coulter Hall. Students from other universities had...

Last week, UM Ethics Bowl students argued whether or not the standard of sexual consent in legal policies should be an affirmative verbal “yes.” The...

In light of recent mass shootings, both Republicans and Democrats want to create new legislation and policies to ensure that these atrocities end. Many...

A recent op-ed argued that sororities play a much larger role than they actually do in the instances of assault that happen on college campuses. While...

Fifty years ago, in what would be his final speech, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. looked down from the “mountaintop” to tell a mass meeting in Memphis...

As we remember the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., we ought to take a moment to reflect on the countless individuals...