Encouraging martyrdom in stories of gun violence depoliticizes the gun control discussion.
Minnesota is fumbling its way though an issue that it has and continues to grossly undervalue.
Reed was wrongly convicted of murder, highlighting longstanding issues with institutional racism in the criminal justice system.
Upholding the organized collection was the right move, but St. Paul isn’t off the hook when it comes to its policies.
Dockless scooters have flooded public spaces, rendering them an accessibility nightmare.
If you turn on Dark Side of the Moon right at the moment that the College Republicans begin painting their bridge panel, the album aligns with the mural’s defacement to the exact second. Freaky.
Recently defined in the Oxford dictionary as “the technique or practice of responding to an accusation or difficult question by making a counter-accusation or raising a different issue,” the term “whataboutism” has risen in popularity in both political discourse and everyday conversation.
With a whopping amount of reports coming from Facebook Messenger, the company’s recent decision to move to encryption is unnerving.
Maybe the less we know about Aramark's connection to the UDS contract, and consequently the contract’s labor and union abuses, the more likely they are to quietly return to the University’s dining halls next year.