Roe v. Wade is once again under attack by the Supreme Court’s conservative majority. We must stand against them and fight back.
Tax season is gone, but a problem remains: students should receive help from the College with filing taxes.
Late emails about campus events have become increasingly common and shows the communication problem the College faces.
Women and non-binary students in the English Department are struggling to connect to professors, as, currently, most of them are men.
A shortage on teachers in New Mexico has caused the National Guard to become substitute teachers. How will this affect the future of teaching, and education?
Olympic athletes, some of world’s best athletes, are expected to endure intensive training and compete without proper pay.
People will celebrate Black culture while still contributing to the problems the community faces. Example: Super Bowl LVI.
COVID-19 is far from over, and people are still getting infected daily, which is why online classes are the safer option for students.
This past JanTerm 2022 was the last students will have for the unforeseeable future. However, JanTerm is more helpful than you think.
The death of Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust” brings about an important question for the movie industry: Are prop guns too dangerous?