According to Pew Research Center, 39 percent of people ages 18-29 say they are online "almost constantly," and 94 percent own smartphones. Here, columnists respond to Marisa Latzman's idea that technology has made us less human.
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Rhetoric has been spread about the kinds of people in the caravan. Some believe “Middle Easterners” have joined in order to create a new caliphate and destroy all order in the United States. Others believe the majority is comprised of gang members or wannabe welfare moochers. The truth? Most of the members of the caravan are from a poverty stricken country south of Mexico called Honduras.
The Honors Village is opening in Fall 2019, and while some students are excited to go, others have their reservations about the idea altogether. These are what some columnists think about the Honors Village's exclusivity.
For as long I have been alive, Arizona has always been a red state. I can’t remember a time when the state government wasn’t controlled by a Republican majority. However, with the demographics changing, this could put everything we know about Arizona politics on its head.
In the Western world, people are conditioned to believe things are worse than they actually are. If there is one shark attack, people are suddenly afraid to go to the beach. The chances of being involved in a mass shooting are slim.
OPINION: The U.S. has been at war in the Middle East for the larger part of at least two decades. Our involvement in the region goes back even further, in true American fashion. The U.S. has had various motivations throughout the 70-odd years we have had true relations.
Set against the backdrop of recent sexual assault allegations leveled at Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, what do our columnists think of an inflammatory tweet from Vox-contributor Eve Foster?
What do you envision when you think about women in the Middle East? The common picture blasted all over the news is women wearing dark burqas and niqabs, unable to go outside without a male escort, unable to attend school or work, without freedom in any sense of the word.
What do you think of when you hear “Middle East?” Is it Aladdin in a far-off, exotic place with a genie and a magic carpet? Is it famine and war? I bet ISIS came to mind. Is it vast deserts littered with oases? Perhaps it is beheadings, burqas, protests or even prosperous princes and princesses. The thing is, the Middle East is incredibly diverse and its borders are the subject of constant debate.