Category: Editorial

Editorial: Rethinking the “college experience” in the shadow of COVID

Editorial: Rethinking the “college experience” in the shadow of COVID

Editorial- December 12, 2020

When thinking about the American college experience, parties, fraternities, booze and nonexistent parental oversight might come to mind — with classes and academics as a ... Read More

Editorial: He’s not Trump, but Biden isn’t perfect.

Editorial: He’s not Trump, but Biden isn’t perfect.

Editorial- November 19, 2020

Activists will have to lead themselves while holding the president-elect accountable to the promises he made to them. Read More

Editorial: Basking in solace: The positives of the election

Editorial: Basking in solace: The positives of the election

Editorial- November 9, 2020

Although the election results were only announced recently, it has already made history (the good kind!). The 2020 election has set a precedent for inclusion ... Read More

Editorial: Civil discourse in the modern age

Editorial: Civil discourse in the modern age

Editorial- November 2, 2020

Civil discourse — or the notion of having civil discussions surrounding politics — is a notion that we all strive for, yet it seems regularly ... Read More

Editorial: Campaigning and ethicality

Editorial: Campaigning and ethicality

Editorial- October 29, 2020

Aside from our concerns about the article’s validity, we also see a problem with mocking the family members of someone running for office. Read More

Editorial: Fact checking in a post-truth world

Editorial: Fact checking in a post-truth world

Editorial- October 20, 2020

As of October 14th, Delaware’s official COVID-19 tracking page reports that there have been a total of 22,560 positive cases of the disease in the ... Read More

Editorial: “Investing in our future,” and it doesn’t look too green

Editorial: “Investing in our future,” and it doesn’t look too green

Editorial- October 12, 2020

In 2008, the university set a goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 20% by 2020. According to its own Greenhouse Gas Inventory for ... Read More

Editorial: Money doesn’t grow on trees, but neither do university workers

Editorial: Money doesn’t grow on trees, but neither do university workers

Editorial- October 7, 2020

Thanks to coronavirus, university students aren’t the only ones worried about their futures. Read More

Editorial: RBG is gone, what now?

Editorial: RBG is gone, what now?

Editorial- September 29, 2020

When the news of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death spread, the response was an overwhelming mix of panic and uncertainty. Read More

Editorial: The Earth lies defiled under its inhabitants, Professor Legates

Editorial: The Earth lies defiled under its inhabitants, Professor Legates

Editorial- September 22, 2020

Legates has made a name for himself by repeatedly casting doubt on anthropogenic climate change, the theory that the Earth’s rapid atmospheric warming over the ... Read More