Letters from the Class of 2017

May 5, 2017 Contributors 0

By Alexandra Gomes In high school, I was voted “most likely to fall asleep in class” and “most likely to wander the halls.” While my mother was not exactly thrilled by either of these superlatives, […]

DACA recipients deserve citizenship

May 5, 2017 Alexandra Gomes 0

When the topic of immigration is discussed, much of the attention is focused on adults – those who actively choose to enter the country illegally. Immigration opponents argue that these individuals are criminals, rapists and […]

Letter from SUAB

April 13, 2017 Contributors 0

The large spring performance has become somewhat of a staple for SUAB. It takes months of searching, planning and negotiating to plan a large performance. Often times, performers that we hope to book are unavailable […]

Policies that breed fear

March 31, 2017 Emily Robinson 0

We’ve been a dry campus for years, and the concept isn’t a bad one. Being a dry campus limits the amount of drinking – whether residents would like to agree with that or not – […]

How Katrina Still Haunts New Orleans

March 31, 2017 Contributors 0

New Orleans had always been somewhere I wanted to visit. When Alternative Spring Break announced the group would be traveling there to help volunteer, I knew I had to apply. The jubilant atmosphere seemed intoxicating. […]

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