Category: Op-Ed

Opinion: Joe Biden’s call for unity

Opinion: Joe Biden’s call for unity

Op-Ed- November 30, 2020

Biden’s recognition of the problems we face as a country should be a wake-up call to us all to make us realize that we need ... Read More

Opinion: Ranked-choice voting would improve our elections

Opinion: Ranked-choice voting would improve our elections

Op-Ed- November 19, 2020

This was my second presidential election since turning 18, and I’m already tired of deciding between two candidates that don’t inspire me. Read More

Opinion: How diet culture impacts college students

Opinion: How diet culture impacts college students

Op-Ed- November 14, 2020

From a young age, people are exposed to the diet culture that constantly infiltrates the media. Read More

Opinion: Si Monumentum Requiris, Circumspice (If You Seek His Monument, Look Around You)

Opinion: Si Monumentum Requiris, Circumspice (If You Seek His Monument, Look Around You)

Op-Ed- November 2, 2020

I am not willing to disagree with you if your idea of politics restricts someone’s right to exist peacefully, their right to feel empowered and ... Read More

Opinion: Voting in the age of social media

Opinion: Voting in the age of social media

Op-Ed- November 2, 2020

As members of the younger generation, social media dominates most of the media we consume today. Whether it’s TikTok, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat, the constant ... Read More

Opinion: Absentee ballots are too confusing, let’s vote online instead.

Opinion: Absentee ballots are too confusing, let’s vote online instead.

Op-Ed- November 1, 2020

It seemed simple enough to fill out, but all of the little steps make it needlessly complicated. Read More

Opinion: Thoughts from a first-time voter

Opinion: Thoughts from a first-time voter

Op-Ed- October 31, 2020

I expected to be happy and excited to vote for a candidate that represented my values. Instead, I settled for the lesser of two evils. Read More

Open Letter to the University of Delaware Board of Trustees

Open Letter to the University of Delaware Board of Trustees

Op-Ed- October 30, 2020

Few members of the university community, and especially those vulnerable to “personnel reduction,” have free homes in which to live, unlike the president who is ... Read More

Opinion: WHY YOUR VOTE COUNTS

Opinion: WHY YOUR VOTE COUNTS

Op-Ed- October 28, 2020

As American citizens, voting is a recurring responsibility that all of us must make sure to participate in. Not only are our personal rights and ... Read More

Opinion: The question of transparency — our university’s administration is about as transparent as a brick wall

Opinion: The question of transparency — our university’s administration is about as transparent as a brick wall

Op-Ed- October 25, 2020

This is an administration that is creating the impression that if the AAUP-UD’s faculty contract is left as-is, there may be worse to come than ... Read More