Opinion columnist Madison Warman encourages people to do what they want to feel comfortable in their own skin and to stop comparing themselves to influencers.
Opinion columnist Jeffrey Birch argues that despite the convenience of Siri and similar technology we need to remain aware of “Big Tech” and how it monitors our lives.
Opinion columnist Jerika Miller argues that the LPD's treatment of a KU student who reported a rape in 2018 will discourage the reporting of sexual violence and empower attackers.
Opinion columnist Jamie Hawley encourages college students to do what makes them happy in their free time, even if they're not financially profiting from it.
Advice columnist Aroog Khaliq dives into the rocky landscape of modern relationships, advising on how to navigate the terrain of an unofficial commitment.
Opinion columnist Elijah Southwick argues that the Kansas Republican Party's lack of organized delegate selection process for the 2020 presidential election is an affront to democracy.
Opinion columnist Gannon Miller urges readers to become politically active to fight pollution and the corporations that contribute to it.
Opinion columnist Sam Harder argues in favor of presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg's proposal to recruit recent graduates to help build healthier communities through the Serve America Act.
Guest opinion writer Samuel Valdez discusses his experience as a minority college student in the face of stereotypes. Valdez argues that people with minority backgrounds fear discrimination and hardship while others fear them.
Opinion columnist Julia Montoya praises Chanel Miller, who was sexually assaulted by Brock Turner in 2015, for shedding her anonymity in a new memoir about sexual assault in America.
Opinion columnist Madison Warman argues that although the Amazon fires are not happening here at home, they should still be something we all care about and understand.