Since Derek Chauvin's conviction came out, many have called it just. However, Correspondent Olivia Hille tackles why the verdict of this trial is far from justice and why it is important to demand more.
Former Managing Editor, Alicia Thomas pens her final goodbye to Technician through a heartfelt message to her former staff members and those to come.
During a time when being “woke” is important to the success of a business, staff columnist Kristina Beek stresses the importance of taking actual steps to improve diversity in organizations and providing support and resources to minorities instead of just putting them on posters to get diversity points.
People our age and in big cities have recently started to romanticize “cottagecore” culture, longing to live in small towns away from the hustle and bustle of big cities. Staff columnist Mariana Fabian, however, breaks down the real problems small towns face, including racism, homophobia, etc.
Guest columnist Eli Newman expresses his concerns about the InterFraternity Council creating rules throughout the pandemic that do not allow smaller, cultural fraternities like Alpha Epsilon Pi to function like other fraternities, despite those chapters having problematic pasts.
While many students associate writing with work, correspondent Alex Ongstad explains how doing it for fun helped him deal with stress and anxiety while encouraging other students to give expressive writing a try.
With graduating students about to enter the competitive job market, correspondent Anna Populorum encourages students to not lose hope in their selected major and instead broaden their networking skills and consider entry-level positions in corporate offices.
With NC State returning to in-person operations in the fall semester, staff columnist Noah Jabusch argues requiring COVID-19 vaccines will encourage more students to get their shots.