Call It What It Is

Universities across the country are failing to accurately label violence toward Black students as hate crimes. Chennel Jazzy Rowe, a Black woman, began college at...

Abolish ICE

When millions of law-abiding residents have to look over their shoulder for fear of being taken away from their families, we must question the organization instilling this terror. Predicated on protecting us, ICE does anything but.

Consent Isn’t a Catchphrase

First, they called consent sexy. Then, they suggested it’s smart (and sexy). But as the small changes in the slogan develop, it’s clear UC...

Opposite of Care

The new Republican House effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and replace it with the American Health Care Act (AHCA) hurts nearly...

A Vote for a Better Future

We are in a time ongoing social progress and political change. But today’s political climate is brimming with accusations, hate, lies and bigotry. After...

Weeks later, Puerto Rico Faces Slow Recovery

Millions of Puerto Rican U.S. citizens are using dim candlelight to maneuver through their storm-stricken homes. Sometimes water drips from their bathroom and kitchen...

Status Over Survivor

*Trigger warning: this editorial contains references to sexual harassment. When he rubbed her neck, she felt uncomfortable. When he squeezed her, she froze with shock....

A Federal Shift Toward Hope

Last week, the U.S. Senate introduced the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act, a bipartisan bill that aims to reform a part of the criminal...

Resist the Threat to Net Neutrality

In just one week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) could bring an end to net neutrality with one vote, completely infringing upon our First...

There’s No Bargaining Basic Necessities

Chandra Bozelko spent over six years at York Correctional Institution in Niantic, Connecticut. During her time at the facility, each cell was given five...
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