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OPINION: Tips on documenting protests

The influx of citizen journalism activity over the past month has flooded the internet with crucial evidence regarding police brutality, especially as it pertains to recent protests. Without these firsthand videos, our only documentation of injustices would come from mainstream media, which has revealed its biases time and time again. Although this documentation has been and is currently essential to proving true the existence of police brutality, journalists of any degree are now called more than ever to protect the citizens they catch on camera.  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

Women's movement marches forward

The #MeToo movement has helped many women open up about their horrifying experiences and has given them an opportunity to grow stronger while having support from a large community. Read more

New Zealand dreaming

Maybe it wouldn’t be such a bad idea to move away from the U.S. and go to another country where hitchhiking is normal and I can have as many pet sheep as I want. From what I’ve heard and read, New Zealand is full of chill people who actually care about one another.  Read more

Yield to the squirrel

By supporting and endorsing the actions of the UA-led Mount Graham International Observatory project, university astronomers, administrators and their allies have, at least since the 1980s, contributed to the extinction of the squirrels.  Read more

OPINION: Have the philosophy kings failed us?

What I am attempting to achieve is a meditation that enlists classical thought to examine our societal habits and how they seep into not only our interpersonal behavior, but our dignity, our community, and our politics. Read more

OPINION: Embrace sadness

Sadness is a healthy default. It is natural to avoid discomfort, to introduce distraction and attempt to bury concerns. But sorrow breeds humility, and humility often yields understanding  Read more

OPINION: Work happier, not harder

We often treat happiness and success at work or school as being a zero sum game; sacrifice one for the health of the other, and switch off once it becomes impossible to sustain. Study to the point of exhaustion during the school week, and then party enough to make up for another depressingly long day of lectures. But studies show that treating work and play as two different beasts may be doing more damage to yourself and those around you.  Read more