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Mobilization Is Just As Important As Voting

Mobilization Is Just As Important As Voting

By Aliyah Austin, Columnist

September 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Politics

Although voting is important and essential, activist groups should focus on what initiates real change, which is mass mobilization.

Liberals Shouldn’t Idealize Fidel Castro’s Legacy

Liberals Shouldn’t Idealize Fidel Castro’s Legacy

By Henry Cohen, Contributing Writer

November 30, 2016


Filed under Opinion

The contemporary normalization of Fidel Castro is a disservice to the tens of thousands murdered or exiled because of his actions.

Economic Views Cannot Oppose Social Views

Economic Views Cannot Oppose Social Views

By Max Schachere, Staff Writer

February 4, 2016


Filed under Opinion

In the U.S., social policy is inherently tied to economic policy. However desirable a divergence might be, it is simply impossible to ever achieve.

Notions of indoctrination at colleges extreme

Notions of indoctrination at colleges extreme

By Christina Coleburn, Opinion Editor

December 1, 2014


Filed under Opinion

While liberals may outnumber conservatives at universities, the lack of instances of legitimate indoctrination and increasingly corporatized model of higher education demonstrate that the collegiate “continuum of leftism” is not as genuine as D’Souza suggests.

Christina’s Case: Female conservative pundits enable war on women

Christina’s Case: Female conservative pundits enable war on women

By Christina Coleburn, Opinion Editor

July 3, 2014


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

  Within a predictable tirade about Hillary Clinton’s dissent with the recent Hobby Lobby ruling, Fox News reporter Jesse Watters made an outlandish claim against single women who align with the Democratic Party. Fresh from his dismissal from a conference held by the National Organization for Women, W...

Eich’s pressured resignation against liberal values

Eich’s pressured resignation against liberal values

April 9, 2014


Filed under Exclude From Homepage List, Opinion

Mozilla’s newly appointed CEO Brendan Eich resigned amid mounting public outrage over the fact that he supported the ban on same-sex marriage in California. His resignation, however, is hardly a breakthrough in the marriage equality movement. It is rather a poignant reminder of our society’s ...