Art by Ally ArmstrongThe rays of sun that come through the windows of Eden Sigma invite a clear view outside. The sky is usually a serene blue. The view of the ocean makes it feel like the balcony of a hotel, so does the prevalence of luxury cars shining in the RHO parking lot below.Nothing screams wealth like a student pulling up in a Mercedes Benz G-Wagon and getting out with … [Read more...] about Students Spend More and Save Less
Art by Ally ArmstrongThis column serves as the voice of the Black Student Association and is written by Amani McCalleb, a member of the BSA e-board.The time that many people have been anticipating has finally come around: Midterm elections. With political tensions at an all-time high over the last year or two, movements such as the ‘Women’s March,’ … [Read more...] about Who Will Fill the Polls this Term?
Image by Nate BartonLabeling something as "free" does not make it free — someone always must pay the cost. After carefully considering the Election and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's proposal for free college, its flaws become quite evident, as supported by Bob Luebke's article "Why Free College Tuition Is a Bad Idea," published Feb. 4 by Civitas Institute.The … [Read more...] about When Free Is Not Free
Art by Christine NelsonIn 2015, everything is described as subjective, from the news (which is supposed to be objective) to our sense of fashion. We are taught and imbued with the need to express ourselves. We are a subjective people in a world that no longer believes in objective truth nor objective facts. Graduate students at the University of Alabama said in a guide to … [Read more...] about The End is Coming for Postmodernism