After the leaked draft opinion regarding Roe v. Wade, Technician’s editorial board emphasizes the importance of access to abortion and bodily autonomy in North Carolina.
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Staff Columnist Mai Listokin emphasizes the importance of enjoying nature during the stress of finals season.
Correspondent Ashley Linzey shares her experience navigating the complicated world of dating once you get older, highlighting how it can be difficult to meet people in college.
In her farewell article to Technician, Vol. 102 Design Editor Ann Salman describes what she has loved most about working for the newspaper, acknowledging the people who made it special.
Assistant Opinion Editor Elyse Boldizar emphasizes that the path to learning is anything but linear as she highlights the experiences of nontraditional students.
With so much pressure to make new friends in college, Staff Columnist Lauren Richards encourages students not to shame themselves for how many friends they have made but the quality of those friendships.
News Editor Avery Davis pens her final article as she shouts out those at Technician that made working here memorable.
Managing Editor Tristan Tucker details his good memories of working at Technician, thanking the people who met and helped him along the way.
Editor-in-Chief Jaylan Harrington writes a final farewell, thanking the individuals who made his time at Technician special.
While NC State has made progress in sustainability, Staff Columnist Emily Cooney highlights why students should strive to do more.
And just like that … Managing Editor Caryl Espinoza Jaen writes his final farewell letter detailing his many memories from Technician.
Correspondent Benjamin Guadarrama unpacks the problems with political polarization, advocating for more political discussion between people of opposing views.
Sports Editor Nicholas Schnittker thanks the many individuals who created and made his tenure at Technician the best.
Correspondent Anu Mishra details her experience with service-based courses and that NC State must promote them more.
Wellness assistant Lulu Black details tips for students to gain better sleep habits.
With the line at Starbucks always being tremendously long, staff columnist Lauren Richards highlights the need to create a new one on campus.
With North Carolina’s constant growth and changing demographics, it has become one of the most important and influential swing states in the country, a fact correspondent Justin Welch emphasizes as he encourages readers to register to vote and then exercise their right to choose their representatives.
Social media is a source of insecurity and unhappiness for many, an issue correspondent Ashley Linzey talks about in her latest column, encouraging readers to only scroll through social media when it brings them joy.
Correspondent Riley Sipe highlights the recently reinstated law that ensures tipped workers get paid the minimum wage of $7.25 while doing non-tipped tasks, urging readers to be aware of the same to ensure they do not get taken advantage of.
Correspondent Justin Welch criticizes the community on their lack of ignorance regarding rising gas prices, explaining the different situations and circumstances that have led to the same.
Staff columnist Emily Cooney argues in favor of the Sunshine Protection Act, expressing her delight at the possibility of daylight saving time becoming permanent year-round.
Staff columnist Caroline Wilbourne shares her experience with toxic relationships, while also providing any readers going through the same with encouragement and resources to heal from such situations.