Daily Features

OPINION

​Gun violence: a people problem

141,000 Americans died in gun homicides from 2000 to 2011 according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. That’s more than the number of American troops killed in Korea, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan combined.

OPINION

Study abroad

My study abroad decisions were the hardest I have made in my life.

OPINION

​Let’s stop talking about guns

Last Sunday, a gunman entered a gay club and committed the deadliest mass shooting in American history. Let’s stop talking about queer people in bathrooms as a threat to public safety.

OPINION

Mourning Orlando, resisting Islamophobia and imperialism

When I opened my computer Sunday morning and saw Omar Mateen's face staring back at me, the first thing I thought—before the facts had a real chance to register, before the full details of the carnage emerged—was, “He looks kind of hot."