Category: Op-Ed

My first love cross country

My first love cross country

Op-Ed- November 12, 2018

"I’ve gotten everything I could’ve asked for from the sport and more."

Opinion: Is artificial intelligence helping or hurting us?

Opinion: Is artificial intelligence helping or hurting us?

Op-Ed- November 12, 2018

Kaitlyn McKinney writes about artificial intelligence in today's society

Caleb’s Corner: An editor’s perspective in defense of The Review

Caleb’s Corner: An editor’s perspective in defense of The Review

Op-Ed- November 6, 2018

Caleb Owens responds to a recent critique from the current and former SGA presidents.

Opinion: Response to the “Drunk Issue”

Opinion: Response to the “Drunk Issue”

Op-Ed- November 5, 2018

Rachel Ryding responds to The Review's "Drunk Issue," published last week.

Letter from the President and Provost

Letter from the President and Provost

Op-Ed- October 29, 2018

President Assanis and Provost Morgan shared the following statement with the faculty.

Opinion: When body shaming overshadows health care

Opinion: When body shaming overshadows health care

Op-Ed- October 29, 2018

//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Grace McKenna/THE REVIEW Bridget Dolan makes her case. BY BRIDGET DOLAN Copy Desk Chief On Wednesday, I hobbled into Student Health. I’ve been having ...

If you’re a woman and you’re not angry, you should be

If you’re a woman and you’re not angry, you should be

Op-Ed- October 16, 2018

"Being a feminist is not a bad thing, and being an angry woman is not a bad thing. With the world we live in, we ...