Category: Opinions

Civil Hypocrisy on the Hill

Dear Editors, Buddy the Elf could mostly aptly describe the topic of the recent Charles Carroll lecture by David French, because French truly sat on a throne of lies. Before and after his lecture, French continually enflamed passions surrounding Brett Kavanugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. This included […]

First Man Review

Tyler Christiansen Staff Writer Damien Chazelle, writer/director of the critically acclaimed films Whiplash and La La Land, creates another near-perfect film about the trials of the NASA program through the eyes of Neil Armstrong. Josh Singer, writer of Spotlight and The Post, adapted the screenplay from James Hansen’s […]

Scalia

“Some very good people have some very bad ideas, and if you can’t separate the two, you have to get another day job; you can’t be a judge.” The late Justice Antonin Scalia provided this quotation when asked about his unlikely friendship with colleague Justice Ginsburg. Washington D.C.’s […]

Keep the Libraries Alive

Henry W. Noe With the amelioration of the internet and e-readers, libraries are becoming less and less sought out as a valuable resource. Individuals are less inclined to pursue their local library when in search of a certain resource or in need of assistance; the abandonment of this […]

First Man Review

Tyler Christiansen   Cast: Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy Damien Chazelle, writer/director of the critically acclaimed films Whiplash and La La Land, creates another near-perfect film about the trials of the NASA program through the eyes of Neil Armstrong. Josh Singer, writer of Spotlight and The Post, adapted the […]

What Happened to the Left?

Spencer Caron ’20 Opinions Editor I ask specifically about the Left because I personally enjoy the music, comedy, art, etc. created by those  who self-identify as liberal, in addition to admiring the Left’s historical obligation to freedom of expression and tolerance. A dearth of conservative stand-up comedians exist, […]