Opinion Editor Caryl J. Espinoza Jaen addresses the concerns regarding the spring semester, how the University can do better and what steps we should be taking to keep ourselves safe.
Arts and Entertainment Editor Austin Dunlow cracks down on religious polling sites, citing potential problems with bias and intimidation.
Heard about President Trump’s executive order on combating racism? Correspondent Alex Ongstad argues why the executive order deserves more scrutiny.
Tired of the semester? Correspondent Emily Cooney says you’re not alone, highlighting the need for students to take care of their mental health as the semester closes down.
With election predictions once again being incorrect, staff columnist Sam Overton emphasizes the need for better polling policies.
With social media being Gen Z’s first language, correspondent Mariana Fabian talks about how the incessant stream of nerve-wracking posts are not good, but why she is grateful to Gen Z all the same.
Staff columnist Noah Jabusch argues in favor of a ranked-choice voting system, similar to the voting system in Maine, because, currently, a vote for third party is often considered a vote wasted.
Correspondent Sonia Dubiansky expresses her concerns about potential widespread violence due to the presidential election results, and why she thinks this should never be the norm.
As North Carolina continues to count the final votes of the 2020 election, staff columnist Noah Jabusch discusses the integrity of counting all of the votes coming in.