Opinion Articles

Surviving Valentine’s Day single

February 17, 2020 0

The air is bitterly cold, the trees stripped to bare branches. It’s also the time of year that partners take a day to express their love for each other. Meanwhile, […]

Big gaps in campus security

February 17, 2020 0

20 years ago, schools and colleges were seen as safe places where students could go and not face the threat of gunfire. However, that’s all changed. Since Columbine, nearly 200,000 […]

Fare enforcement unfairly targets minorities

January 26, 2020 0

Two officers storm onto the platform of a Sound Transit bus, “Fare Enforcement” printed neatly onto their uniforms. They move efficiently, through rows of passengers, diligently checking to see if […]

The permanent effects of temporary policy

November 25, 2019 0

During his presidency, President Trump has pulled back environmental protections and regulations all over the United States, even releasing 13 million acres of federal land for mining. From laws regarding […]

Gamefreak is ruining Pokemon

November 18, 2019 0

By the time this comes out, Pokemon Sword and Shield will have launched in stores around the world. The newest installment of the massive Pokemon franchise is the first main-series […]

H&M CEO is a hypocrite

November 12, 2019 0

Fashion giant and CEO of H&M, Karl-Johan Persson said last week that consumer shaming of fast fashion “will have terrible social consequences.” The push for sustainability in fashion has seen […]

Secular ‘Ye is the best ‘Ye

November 4, 2019 0

I listened to “Jesus is King” the morning it came out and thought it was a mixed bag. There were some highlights, such as the rap game’s super weapon known […]

Directions for a Demagogue

November 4, 2019 0

There is an art to committing crimes as a politician. While the objective of that art is clear—to get away with breaking the law, the methods thereof are not always […]

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