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All posts tagged "Opinion"
Move over Andrew Jackson: Nonprofit organization petitions to change the face of $20 dollar bill
Emily Curtsinger– Could Andrew Jackson’s time of the $20 bill be coming to a close? “Women on 20s,” a nonprofit organization, is fighting for a women to be the face of the new $20 bill....
- Posted April 16, 2015
The ins & outs of owning a pet in college
Samantha Schaefer– Sometimes the transition from high school can be difficult – especially if you’re a freshman or coming from out of town and have to make new friends. So why not get a cute little...
- Posted April 15, 2015
Floods, fires, gridlock traffic: Thanks, Obama
Nick Amon– Whether you were stuck in traffic for an extra hour or saw Air Force One fly over campus, many of us are aware that President Barack Obama paid us a visit here in...
- Posted April 14, 2015
Do taboo topics stifle students’ voices?
By Nick Amon– College: a place where voices are found yet simultaneously challenged. A breeding ground for beliefs to be strengthened or dissolved. That being said, do we take the voice of others into consideration when expressing...
- Posted April 2, 2015
How the ‘L Trail’ fails: A look into what really sparked the construction
By Nick Amon– In recent years here at U of L, safety has become a primary concern for students and faculty alike. Crimes ranging all the way from muggings and small thefts, to stabbings and abductions,...
- Posted April 1, 2015
Opinion: Greeks are worried about the wrong issue in the wake of nationally publicized racism incident
We’ve watched the video, heard the chants and probably (hopefully) decided that yes, those guys in Oklahoma University’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity are racist. But that doesn’t make every Greek member racist. I get that. However, some...
- Posted March 24, 2015
Do college rankings really matter?
By Emily Curtsinger– Every year, the U.S. News & World Report puts out an updated college ranking list for the best colleges in the United States. Rankings are determined by factors including employment ratio and national merit. For...
- Posted March 20, 2015
OU SAE’s racist chants tarnish the Greek community
By Aryn Gribler– Recently a YouTube video surfaced capturing multiple members of the University of Oklahoma Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter cheering and clapping to a racist chant that eerily resembles the tune “If You’re Happy and You...
- Posted March 19, 2015
Is Spring Break really a break?
By Brooke Billingsley– Say goodbye to the sand between your toes, tan lines and carefree days. As much as we all dread it, it is time to face reality and get our focus back on school work....
- Posted March 18, 2015
Should a college education be free?
By Emily Curtsinger– In the United States, public education is free for children up until the 12th grade. If one chooses to attend college, they must pay, get scholarships or take out student loans. Earlier this year, President...
- Posted March 12, 2015