Category: Opinions

For the Love of a Scare

Grace Manning ’21 Opinions Editor There is something about scary movies, scary books, scary stories, and scary anything, really, that we love as adults and often despise as children. It is actually the same thing that is to an equal degree hated when we are younger, and loved […]

My 4.77 Uber Rating

Ryen Cinski ’22 Opinions Editor Uber ratings: Such a trivial matter. Yet I am completely and undeniably bothered by the fact that I don’t have a perfect 5-star rating. I ask myself what I possibly could’ve done to deserve my demerits, yet I can never pinpoint the exact […]

“Us” Review

Tyler Christiansen ’21 Opinions Editor Jordan Peele, writer and director of 2017’s best film “Get Out,” returns to the horror genre with “Us,” a bloody and hilarious film that tackles many societal issues at once while also being super entertaining. Let me make something clear: if you come […]

Trending this Spring: Feminism

Maggie Connolly ’21 Opinions Editor In March, a new trend hit the streets for women, specifically those in their teens and early twenties: feminism! That is right. The once shunned, shamed social movement is hitting our Instagram stories and feeds! Welcome to the 21st century, where girls post […]

Spring Concert Predictions

Krystyna Cynstyntyny ‘21 and Annie Hentschtschtschtsel ‘19 Long-Lost Sisters As the days get warmer and the home stretch of the semester draws near, it’s hard not to daydream about end-of-the-year festivities, especially Spring Concert. Here are some performers we hope to see down on Freshman Field this May: […]

“Why I Was Late”

Tyler Christiansen ’21 Opinions Editor 7:00 a.m.: Getting up in the morning is the easy part. Get up, brush the teeth, shower, throw on clothes, get out the door. Have class at 8AM., so not really a problem. Got a whole hour. 7:20 a.m.: Walking down to breakfast […]

Loving Life in Philosophy

Anonymous Goose Diplomat Philosophy Student I wanted to let everyone know that I, as a Philosophy student, am doing great. After all the recent discussion and protest about sexual assault/misconduct on this campus–which was so clearly focused on the welfare and well-being of the affected students and not […]