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Last week, I stumbled upon a protest happening in front of the University’s Administration building. The protesters were standing silently, and I feigned to see what was going on, before I realized it was in honor of Trayvon Martin’s birthday. Their protest seemed to rouse some negative opinions, because I overheard people saying their signs were “rude” and "out of place." It seemed odd a silent protest would stir such negative comments, but that leads me to my overall opinion of the situation.
Your first college finals are here! You must be scared senseless, but the point is to help you relax, not stress you out even further.
According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, greenhouse gas emissions need to be cut almost in half by 2030 to avert "global environmental catastrophe." (Doesn't that phrase give you chills?) And no surprise, we're not even close to taking enough action.
What does Brexit really mean?
If technology is akin to an extremely addictive drug, then the process of withdrawal is nothing short of harrowing.
Central American migrants, illegal immigrants, "Many Gang Members and some very bad people," or the slang term “illegals,” as some call them, have joined into a "caravan" of sorts to seek asylum in the United States.
As someone with no affiliation with no the honors program whatsoever, I don’t feel the honors village is too exclusive. It looks like another form of housing that has a set of requirements like some other dorms do. There are dorms that only cater to grad students, are they exclusive too? I think part of the allure of the U of A honors program is that it is somewhat distinct from the rest of the student body.
Is this Arizona’s year to go blue? The answer from me is, it very well could, depending on if the new majority decides to vote or not.
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.
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?
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. The U.S. government did not see the economic value of bullying the Middle East until after World War II, when thwarting communist governments meant more oil and money for the U.S.
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.
Let’s talk about the Middle East.