Category: Opinions

Rediscovering Our Place

Grace Manning ’21 Opinions Editor With the results of the election finally established, there is a palpable sense of relief among my friends and family members. Many of us, young people in particular, have regained a sense of pride and hope that we had lost over the past […]

Let’s Stop the Political Bullying

Joe Barbieri ’23 Opinions Editor As the nation eagerly awaits the final results of the 2020 election, I think it is more important than ever to discuss the topic of political differences. With the polarization of American politics becoming more evident, we must remember to respect each other’s political […]

The Broken Branch

Catherine Yackira ‘24 Opinions Staff Writer The six men and three women clad in black robes who sit on the highest bench of the nation have an undeniable mysticism about them. Nine of the greatest legal minds in our nation, who are purportedly guided by the sacred text […]

This We Can No Longer Ignore

Grace Manning ’21 Opinions Editor There have been hundreds, if not thousands, of posts circulating on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, urging people to educate themselves in order to help combat issues of violence and government corruption on the African continent. It started with news on SARS or the […]

Packing the Court: An Irrational Move

Joe Barbieri ’23 Opinions Editor On Oct. 26, Judge Amy Coney Barrett officially became Justice Amy Coney Barrett after Senate Republicans voted to confirm her nomination to the Supreme Court. As the confirmation further tilted the Court to the conservative side, many Democrats have floated the radical idea of […]