The future of print news in a multimedia-crazed world

September 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Those of you who are reading this article are participating in the dying art of journalism.Journalism has been considered sacred since the war for independence, but recent trends have shown this revered check on society no lo...

Senator Sanders and political speech

Joey Brown

September 23, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Opinion Editorials

One of the most salient talking points pushed by Sen. Bernie Sanders — and his state’s most prominent ice cream manufacturer, Ben and Jerry’s — is that the United States would benefit as a republic to “keep money out of ...

The triggered campus tyrants

Joey Brown

April 21, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Opinion Editorials

Last Thursday, American Enterprise Institute scholar and author of “Who Stole Feminism?” Christina Hoff Summers spoke at Georgetown University, at the invitation of a campus conservative group. She was greeted by GU student...

Rape jokes reveal injustice

March 17, 2015

Filed under Letter to the Editor, Opinion

Dear Editor,I would like to bring to your attention the dangers of censorship as they pertain to comedy, specifically how they relate to the touchy subject of rape jokes.Comedians and feminists have almost always been at odds, an...

On Islam and open speech

Gaetano Martello

February 10, 2015

Filed under Opinion

With the recent murder of Stephane “Charb” Charbonnier, editor of the popular French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, Western culture has been thrust into a discussion about the limits of free speech, the rights of religiou...