Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Editorial

Editorial: Does the university possess the infrastructure to evolve into a sports-centric institution?

How does the university presume they are going to become a more sports-centric institution if the current framework could not contain such a large percentage of the student population?

Editorial: The university needs to provide better housing for students

The inequity of university-provided housing needs to be addressed in a more timely manner, especially if the university insists on admitting such a large number of students.

Editorial: Make the Lil Bob more accessible

Going to the gym should be an option for every college student and the university should make it a simple task. Given the stress of college life, many students use exercise as an outlet or way to stay healthy.

Editorial: In a town with larger issues, Newark City Council is wasting its time on inflatable pools

It’s no secret that students aren’t fans of the police putting a stop to their fun, but the true problem lies in the fact that Newark faces more serious threats than frat parties. 

Editorial: Make scheduling more sustainable

Burnout runs rampant on college campuses due to the busy and seemingly never-ending schedules of students. So, what is the solution?

Editorial: Segregation by neglect

However, since the passage of landmark legislation such as the Civil Rights Act and Title IX, which prevent such discrimination, a new form of segregation has prevaded universities — something we call “segregation by neglect.”

Editorial: Daylight Saving ourselves some time to sleep

Fortunately enough, the U.S. senate recently passed a bill that would make daylight savings time permanent starting in 2023. So, it would appear that we may be at the end of the era of changing our clocks.

Editorial: We’re tired of Zoom. Honor that, professors. 

While the university needs to maintain COVID-19 safety measures in place, we believe that a robust educational experience at the university is still needlessly being hindered by the pandemic. 

Editorial: Assanis should put his money where his mouth is

It seems that the university administration needs to re-evaluate its moral responsibilities to its community, rethink where it is putting its money and reexamine its choice in leadership.

Editorial: Is the university’s COVID-19 response sufficient?

Although many are ready to say goodbye to the pandemic and move on, the university is taking measures to ensure the safety of students.

Editorial: Mental health strains & resources in a not-so-normal semester

If the university cannot support our health during this time — physically and mentally — then it is failing to meet the basic needs of its students.

Editorial: The function of journalism in a divided world

We commit to maintaining a culture of objectivity in order to guarantee that we remain the reputable source of student journalism that we are today.

Editorial: Reflecting on how the university commemorates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

The Review reflects on the contributions of the university community, in commemoration of Indigenous People’s Day.
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