Opinion

Fox News’s place in the sexual harassment plague

Gabriela Macias | Staff Writer Last week, The New York Times exposed several sexual harassment allegations against Fox News’ biggest star, Bill O’Reilly. The investigation found that the network has stood

The relevancy of Tiger Woods’ Masters win

Nate Jackson | Staff Writer I’ve always seen golf as an elitist leisure, something that C-level executives and their rich buddies indulge in to pass time and relieve stress. Golf

The ‘tone-deaf’ undertones of Kendall Jenner’s Pepsi ad

At a Portland city council meeting last week, a protester named Carlos Enrique tried to mend tensions between Mayor Ted Wheeler and the town. Enrique told Wheeler that meeting after

Limiting freedom of speech from campuses

The First Amendment of the Constitution states, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or

The first Sexual Assault Awareness Month without Obama

The Editorial Board In 2009, Barack Obama became the first president to officially declare April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, despite activist efforts since the late ‘70s to have the

The Future of the EPA: Scott Pruitt

Scott Pruitt is the head of the Environmental Protection Agency under President Donald Trump. He comes as a controversial pick to what is already a controversial administration. Pruitt is no

College sports in this day and age

Nate Jackson | Staff Writer We spend countless Saturdays of the fall in the backyards and living rooms of friends and family members. Grilling food, drinking brews and making memories.

Is the meat industry what you think it is?

Being a vegetarian is probably harder than it needs to be in states like Texas. Three years into my journey of being a vegetarian, I have been called everything from

The Twitter of President Trump

President Donald Trump uses Twitter like college liberals use cardboard signs to entice change months after an election. Neither are effective, but both are meant to influence a specific audience.

Democratic socialism: Has the far-right met its match?

Everyone is well aware of the unusual election we had this past year. The political aftermath has thickened lines between parties, and each side is gradually showing their teeth. While