Community Voices columnist Jordan K. Joiner argues that arbitration essentially limits your right to a jury trial in many civil cases, and mandatory arbitration clauses discourage employees from making claims when their rights are violated.
Community Voices columnist Landry Rhodes explains how Joe Biden could better connect to differing groups of voters by learning a thing or two from Bernie Sanders’ campaign.
Community Voices columnist Kara Otuke says rugged individualism breeds selfishness, and politicians who follow this ideal may let down their constituents.
It is OK for graduates to at once agree with the steps the university has taken to mitigate the spread of coronavirus and regret the resulting lack of a commencement.
With the state of the world casting people’s lives into disarray, canceling classes would show consideration for the well-being of teachers and students.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest describes how a single person can do their part to prevent spreading the coronavirus to those most vulnerable to it.
This has been an interesting year in immigration policy. In January, the Supreme Court held a 5-4 ruling granting immigration officials discretion to consider the prior and potential use of public assistance as a factor in granting legal status.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest argues that the senator has shown a consistent track record in fighting for issues that matter to Americans.
Telenovelas are a staple in many Latinx households. For many, they are a form of overdramatic and entertaining storytelling that pulls you in with relatable plotlines and characters.
Many of Christ’s teachings were in support of peace, kindness and acceptance and therefore should be used by the progressive movement.
Failure to participate in the Global Climate Strike on campus reflects student indifference towards the wellbeing of the planet we call home
Community Voices columnist Kara Otuke says the unique challenges black immigrants face deserve more awareness in the debate.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest says the Democratic National Committee is using the impeachment to aid Joe Biden’s presidential run.
Community Voices columnist Matt Bush says moviegoers should be aware of the threat of shootings during screenings of the controversial movie.
Reality shows like “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” social media beauty influencers and local drag competitions can be accredited to the success of an art form that was seemingly invisible a decade ago.
Many disregard opinions on foreign policy if they don’t come from people in the defense or intelligence communities, but civilian oversight requires everyone’s say.
Gaydar, a slang term used in the LGBTQ community for what is essentially a “magical power” to sense if someone is not heterosexual, is problematic and minimizes the individuality of queer people.
It doesn’t take much to hear about sex trafficking nowadays. Videos of kidnapping attempts and missing people on Twitter leave users uneasy. Cases like the one involving Jeffrey Epstein, a high-profile billionaire who sexually exploited teenagers for years, dominate the conversation.
Community Voices columnist Jonathan Demarest thinks critical issues like healthcare are overlooked in the media in favor of coverage of Trump's impeachment investigation.