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Students Must Raise Voices To Protect Open Internet

U.S. SENATOR SHERROD BROWN —  Last week I had the opportunity to speak with student journalists from several of Ohio’s college newspapers about the issue of net neutrality. Net neutrality rules help ensure that we have a free and open Internet. [...]

April 16, 2018 Blog, Opinion

POC: We Need to Address Somethings

OMARI GARRETT — I do not identify as a person of color. While I would welcome someone to describe me as such, and even associate myself with of persons of color, “person of color/POC” is not a term I use to describe [...]

April 16, 2018 Blog, Opinion

Issues Are Only Issues When They’re White

OMARI GARRETT — It has been repeated in some conversations that spaces such as La Fuerza, OUTLOOK and the BSU are divisive; that these organizations do not need to exist. It’s also been said that since there is no need for a [...]

April 16, 2018 Blog, Opinion

Walmart, the superior superstore

THOMAS MITCHELL — Walmart is my favorite store, there is never a shortage of entertainment while within the confines of the big blue mart. I personally believe that Walmart should be everyone’s favorite store as it provides two wonderful services: (1) It [...]

March 14, 2018 Blog, Opinion

Hollywood’s Performative Liberalism: Why I Don’t Care About The Oscars This Year

DEVIN MEENAN — With the Oscars fresh in our collective memory, I want to explain why Awards season was something I was particularly apathetic towards this year. Now, I’d be lying if I said I don’t take pleasure in seeing favorite art/artists [...]

March 13, 2018 Blog, Opinion

Wellness: More Than a Face Mask

It’s a quiet Thursday evening in my apartment. The roommates and I have made dinner, the kitchen is as clean as it’s going to get for the night and we’ve all settled into our favorite spots on the sofas to [...]

March 13, 2018 Blog, Opinion