With students continuing the debate on whether the accelerated semester deserves praise or not, staff columnist Destry Adams battles out why the accelerated semester should be here to stay.
In the aftermath of the Capitol insurrection, correspondent Sara Luber breaks down how shortening administration transitions can prevent future violence.
With students continuing the debate on whether the accelerated semester deserves praise or not, correspondent Dave Sashidhar breaks down why he sees it as an ultimate dud.
Looking for a great activity to do this upcoming summer? Worry not, as Assistant Opinion Editor Shilpa Giri breaks down why being an orientation leader is a great option.
In season one, episode 13 of “New Girl,” Schmidt, the neurotic roommate who has a penchant for Paul Ryan, accompanies Jessica Day on a date for Valentine’s Day. Irritated by this intrusion she asks him to leave, saying she will take a cab home. His response?
I just submitted my negative COVID-19 test results on Healthy Pack Portal. Have you? Well, you probably don’t have to if you don’t fall under these categories: employees working in face-to-face capacities, students living in residence halls and students living within 1 mile of campus.
With the spring semester finally here, I have been reflecting on how I spent the longest winter break to date. Like many, I watched a lot of Netflix and Hulu, which I had not had time to do during school. I also started reading for pleasure for the first time in many years. It felt like I wa…
With the (horrendously long) year of 2020 finally being over, many of us are looking forward to the possibilities of the new year being a better year. Technician’s editorial board is no different in our goals and yearning, so here are the New Year's Resolutions from some of our editors:
Stranded alone in my dorm room 20 hours of the day is not how I imagined my final semester of college, but given the current state of the world, it’s far from the worst situation I could find myself in. While I was fond of my roommate last semester, it certainly feels much safer to not be br…