The 2020 presidential election already heating up, despite there being almost 500 days until election day, but it’s important to keep in mind that the presidency is far from the only office that deserves our attention. Indeed, in terms of its impact on our day-to-day lives as Raleigh residen…

This past week, there was a new college scandal. Instead of relating to an Affirmative Action lawsuit or celebrities buying their kids into college, this scandal revolves around Kyle Kashuv, a survivor of the Parkland shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School and a prominent conservative activist.

This pride season, news of two wins involving the transgender community have swept over both North Carolina and the nation. Specifically, these events include a new Gillette commercial featuring a transgender man's first shave with his father and the transfer of transgender prison inmate Kan…

As a student, I care about climate action because my future literally depends on it — recent reports by the IPCC and Trump’s own administration suggest that if we don’t make drastic progress decarbonizing our economy now, we won’t be able to avoid the catastrophic consequences of climate change.

As I’m sure everyone has heard by now, incredibly restrictive abortion bans are spreading across the southern United States. I’ve addressed these bans in my previous column and discussed the deadly implications of this legislature. If you’d like to learn more about these abortion restriction…

Just the other day, my dad told me that NC State is ranked number 80 out of all 312 national universities in the United States on U.S. News. At first, I thought it was impressive to attend a high-ranking university. I then went on their website to see how they rank colleges.

The North Carolina General Assembly has a complicated relationship with public education, to say the least. On the one hand, the legislature has continued to raise teacher pay each year. On the other hand, last month teachers across the state protested for more resources for their classrooms…

It’s not uncommon to hear the complaints that Technician’s opinion section has a bias for “left-leaning and progressive” arguments and do not express the viewpoints and opinions of all NC State students, therefore alienating them. Specifically, these concerns deal with alienation of conserva…

The summer of 2019 is poised to be a hot one in Raleigh; we’ve already seen a few highs in the upper 90s, and it’s still technically spring. These hot days remind us of the importance of water to our daily lives, whether we’re swimming in a pool or lake to cool off or drinking water to fend …