Whyte: It’s time to dispel myths about sexual violence

Amy Whyte, Opinion Editor

October 21, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

When I was a little girl, grown-ups always told me to never talk to strangers. I was taught to mistrust anyone with whom I was not familiar and to be wary of shadowy unknown figures lurking in dark corners. But the real... Read more »

Folmsbee: There’s no need to fear genetically modified food

Sai Folmsbee, Columnist

October 21, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

October is a month that ends in a celebration of our fears. But gone are the monsters of our youth, now replaced with something much more terrifying. In an age when virtually all kinds of food are affordable, available and safe,... Read more »

Burg: Pandering to millennials is silly but effective

Madeline Burg, Columnist

October 19, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

I love being catered to. I love it when you flatter my vanity and stroke my ego. I want you to make me feel like I’m the only girl in the world, the only one that you’ve ever loved. The only one that knows your heart. As... Read more »

Lemaitre: Students should take part in selection of new diversity administrator

Coretta Lemaitre, Columnist

October 16, 2014

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Dona Cordero, assistant provost for diversity and inclusion, recently announced... Read more »