Category: Op-Ed

Opinion: The case against idling

Opinion: The case against idling

Op-Ed- November 14, 2019

According to Anthony Chan, idling can more pollutive than than we think. He makes his case against this common automobile practice in defense of the ...

Patterson Pontificates: The onward march of history

Patterson Pontificates: The onward march of history

Op-Ed- November 12, 2019

The Executive Editor returns with more nonsense: 30 years after the “end of history,” s--- is hitting the proverbial fan. So where does that leave ...

Baumgart’s Box: Our political conversation is unhealthy. Here’s why.

Baumgart’s Box: Our political conversation is unhealthy. Here’s why.

Op-Ed- November 12, 2019

The editor in chief, Jacob Baumgart, explains how moral psychology can also explain the American tendency to completely block out their political adversaries.

Opinion: What’s an Ag?

Opinion: What’s an Ag?

Op-Ed- November 10, 2019

“Wait, we have a south campus?” Madeline Davidson, a senior studying pre-veterinary medicine and animal biosciences, gets that a lot.

Opinion: Where is safe from advertisers?

Opinion: Where is safe from advertisers?

Op-Ed- November 4, 2019

Victoria Calvin pesters people in Morris Library who were pestering her and others to sign a petition.

Opinion: Lime Scooters

Opinion: Lime Scooters

Op-Ed- November 4, 2019

Cierra McNeill believes students on the UD campus need access to a more reliable, affordable and efficient form of transportation.

Opinion: Why somebody needs to take the university’s “public-private” status to court

Opinion: Why somebody needs to take the university’s “public-private” status to court

Op-Ed- November 4, 2019

Caleb Owens argues that history has already delivered a verdict on the university's public status.

Opinion: Eric Morrison, State House candidate, defends his campaign

Opinion: Eric Morrison, State House candidate, defends his campaign

Op-Ed- November 3, 2019

Eric Morrison, a Democrat running for the 27th District seat of the State House of Representatives, makes his case.