column 11/12/2017, 11:07pm

Ailts: "Food for Fines" could help you give back while also lessening your debt

What if you could spread some holiday cheer and pay off your library fines or parking tickets at the same time? On some campuses and in cities across the country, it’s possible to indulge in the holiday spirit of giving by donating to food shelters, while also lessening your debt to the city or university through Food for Fines. 

Editorial 11/5/2017, 10:22pm

Editorial: Go vote in the Minneapolis election on Nov. 7

It’s important for everyone to realize how important this election is, whether they subscribe to the status quo or are passionate for revolutionary change. For mayor, there are 16 candidates that may appear to advocate for similar policies, but distinguish themselves in the understanding of nuance in local politics.

Column 11/5/2017, 10:20pm

Haasch: Makeup shouldn’t feel necessary

I went to get a haircut the other day, which is nothing out of the ordinary. I have short hair, which means frequent haircuts. As I quickly put myself together before leaving my appointment, I struggled to decide whether to wear makeup. I was already running late, I knew I was going to have to redo it later for an event in the evening and if I’m being frank, I just didn’t want to. However, I ended up doing so — my reasoning being that if my haircut turned out badly, I didn’t want to have to deal with my bare face too.