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Bigotry shouldn’t be seen as a valid viewpoint

Julian Valdez September 16, 2020

illustration by Gracen Hoyle It seems the more and more we try to make society inclusive and tolerable of others, the more certain viewpoints get silenced. This is relevant on social media where profiles...

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Spain’s unstable freedom of speech

Soleil Gaffner August 25, 2018

Spain had a very tumultuous summer, starting with a very sudden change in government. With this new government came a new prime minister, Parliament and policies. However, it also came with a very quiet,...

illustration by Andrea Nebhut, staff illustrator

Political correctness creates a culture of empathy

Benjamin Gonzalez February 7, 2018

I recently read an article about the term “whitewashed” and the weaponization of the word against Latinxs who are seen as having forgotten their roots by their Latinx friends or family members. The...

On the way to her office, Claudia Stokes, professor and chair of the English department, found this poster hung up in Northrup Hall. Photo provided by Claudia Stokes.

Flying in the face of fascism

Kathleen Creedon December 6, 2017

Members of the Patriot Front, a self-described fascist organization, hung flyers bearing white nationalist messages around campus on Monday. One poster featured a map of the United States and the text...

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