Category: Opinion

The Ambiguity of Abortion

  As someone who is capable of becoming pregnant, knowing that I have a choice on whether or not to have a baby is a comforting thought. For the longest time, I had no...

The School Fallacy

Our years of youth are relentlessly advertised as the fleeting, golden years of life that are to be taken advantage of before disappearing into the void of nonexistence for the rest of eternity. But,...

Pumpkin Spice Nah-te

With autumn in full swing, it feels like most of the population is in a frenzy about its greatness. Now that we’re out of the supposed sweltering, unrelenting, blistering Texas summer heat, we can...

We Are Not Criminals

In class we were discussing the presidential election and how things would change with our new President over the next four years. One of my classmates made a comment that infuriated me. “Every immigrant...

Season of Giving

It’s a well known phenomenon that the holiday season is a time where everyone feels compelled to give back to the community around them. While that is a noble gesture, giving back is not...

What Could Senate Bill 242 Mean for LGBTQ Students?

The Lone Star State has never been known for being even remotely liberal. From desperately clinging to slavery by joining the Confederacy to its numerous recent attacks on a woman’s right to choose and...

Pumpkin Spice Nah-tte

With autumn in full swing, it feels like most of the population is in a frenzy about its greatness. Now that we’re out of the supposed sweltering, unrelenting, blistering Texas summer heat, we can...