Daily Features

OPINION

​The search for change continues: sexual misconduct

At the end of last semester, the Interfraternity Council announced a student-led taskforce that will investigate the role of Greek life in sexual assault on campus with the goal of making recommendations to prevent and address such misconduct.

OPINION

Winners only

As more Americans open up to Donald Trump’s presidential bid, I too have found myself swept up in the media-fueled Trump frenzy.

OPINION

The language of love

The radio plays out from someone’s iPhone on a bench outside, a top-40 love song: “Girl, you’re the one I want to want me.” The lyrics pester me slightly, and I wonder why it’s so hard to avoid talk of love and romance in a stretch of a couple hours. But for many who find themselves interested in the prospect of romance, media like these love songs deeply influences our identity narratives.

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#realtalk

I have a strange relationship with Facebook. When it seems that most of my friends are content with limiting their timelines to their photos and perhaps a Vine or two, I choose to do more.

OPINION

Monday Monday: Freshman chooses not to read "The Very Hungry Caterpillar"

Debate continues to rage on campus over one freshman’s choice not to read his class’s assigned summer reading, Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.” Writing in The Washington Post, freshman Zach Stuman explained that he could not read the work on account of the objectionable images it contained. “After researching the book and reading a small portion of it, I chose not to complete the assignment.