Opinions

OPINIONS: State of the Union Address through a student's perspective

Not very many college students watched the State of the Union address, based on my general knowledge of my peers, and the fact that according to Salon and Rasmussen Reports, Americans under the age of 40 get the majority of their news from political satire. It’s hard to blame college students who barely have time to wash dishes for not taking almost an hour and a half out of their day to watch a very long speech. Yet, there are several reasons why college students need to watch it. Read more

OPINION: With Dow falling, Trump has no leg to stand on

Sarah Huckabee Sanders insisted the tax cuts imposed by Trump, among other things, would stimulate economic growth. Though, in theory, tax cuts may stimulate economic growth, the incentives he cut has made these tax cuts virtually useless for the middle and working classes.  Read more

OPINION: Rise of the machines is nothing to fear

The University of Arizona's College of Science is exploring these issues of advancing technology with a series of lectures titled "Humans, Data and Machines." I was excited to learn about these talks from local media, and knew I had to attend so I know when the machines will be taking over. Read more

OPINION: Why we must remember Black History

Black History Month, or any other time when we offer special acknowledgement to a marginalized group, is not meant to divide us. It is an opportunity to learn from the experiences of others and understand our role in dealing with these difficult issues. Read more

OPINION: Millennials vs. late capitalism

Millennials and digital native generation have played a major role in resurrecting the term. For reference, current examples of late capitalism include trends in the contemporary market that embody certain worries or ironies of which young people have become increasingly hyper aware. Read more