Black students at the University of Missouri, no doubt like students at other universities, have long had to deal with a hostile environment that has made their academic experience a difficult one.
By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief The controversy over police and racial profiling has been a hot topic of discussion over the past several years, and rightfully so.
By Jamil oakford/ managing editor What does it mean to be qualified for the highest office in the U.S.?
Over the last decade, mass shootings have become the new normal. President Obama said in a press conference after the recent shooting in Oregon that the response and media coverage have become typical and in ways make the situation worse.
By Hope Sandusky/ editor-in-chief When Michael Sorrell took over as president of Paul Quinn College in Dallas, he instituted a policy unfamiliar to most colleges and universities.
By Samuel Medina/ south news editor Bacon hasn’t always been too nutritious, but that has not stopped people from eating it.
In the history of the college’s chancellor appointments, the importance of the student voice has never been emphasized.
By Dylan Leverett/ reporter In a recent Huffington Post article, reporter Judah Robinson expressed his disgust for the generalization right-wing radio host Rush Limbaugh made about a perceived female takeover of the media.
By Jamil oakford/ managing editor Halloween elicits the nostalgia of carved pumpkins and costume parties. But costume choices have in some cases ended in public shaming for people — all in the name of cultural appropriation.