Boiling down an entire culture into a costume is racially insensitive and only further contributes to the marginalization of these groups.
The college cannot let the Honors Program dwindle, as it would be yet another administrative failure during President Tom Rochon’s tenure at the college.
There are students on campus who are interested in having discussions on race, and it is the onus of these similarly passionate faculty and staff members to get in contact with these students.
It is not conducive to intellectual discourse to capitalize on the term “trigger warning” and demand them in every instance of public discussion of sensitive issues.
Rape is not a product of short skirts or too much alcohol — it is a product of toxic masculinity, entitlement and a misunderstanding of sex and consent. More jail time will not solve these deep-rooted, dangerous attitudes about sexual violence.
Though arguments against voting for third parties have persisted throughout many recent elections, voters — and organizations representing voters — should not be cut off from expressing viewpoints either for or against these arguments.