Category: Opinions

The Loss of a Democracy

Grace Manning ’21 This past weekend, thousands of people in Myanmar participated en masse in peaceful protests, calling for the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, the leader of the National League for Democracy party. The party won the recent democratic elections, but military armed forces refused to […]

Rush Limbaugh’s Legacy

Catherine Yaskira ‘24 Opinions Editor Rush Limbaugh died on Feb. 17. Some people, like Donald Trump, have mourned him: he gave a touching tribute to Fox News in honor of Rush in which he said, “Well, Rush thought we won, and so do I, by the way” and […]

Sacrifice During COVID-19

Julia Maher ‘23 Opinions Editor College is generally seen as a time of freedom and independence, but COVID-19 makes college students feel the exact opposite way. Although we need to follow all the restrictions to curb the pandemic, there are still obvious drawbacks to staying on campus. Students […]