Another day in America.
“ ... So, what’s your major?” That's probably the second question you ask when you meet someone new, right after, "What’s your name?" Once you’re out of college-land, this harmless question will grow up to be, “So ... what do you do?” And how will you answer this question? Why, with your job of course! Which, hopefully, will sound very similar to how you answered the previous inquiry in college.
The gender ratio has long been the punchline of many RIT jokes. But what are the actual statistics? How does the Ratio effect our campus environment?
The average dinner table discussion on the cost of a college education wouldn’t be complete without Mom or Dad mentioning how little they paid to attend school. But while the recent rise in prices for college is pretty shocking, so is the rise in financial aid.
Your local entitled millennial talks about "free" shit.
Can increasingly elitist nerd culture survive in a world so ready to join it?
Boycotts are a popular way to show distaste towards a company. But do they create real change? Are they even justified in the first place? The answers are a bit of yes and a bit of no.
Our recent and rapid expansion of mental illness lingo is a double-edged sword. While it's easy to use buzzwords, it’s harder to know what they mean.
After recent experiments involving the mixing of human and animal genes, the issue of what is "right" in the fight to survive arises again.
RIT has developed a brand around innovation and entrepreneurship. Central to that brand is investment in the Simone Center, RIT's home for entrepreneurship and commercialization. However, there is much debate about the value of entrepreneurship on college campuses.
The idea that student governments should remain apolitical for the sake of remaining nonpartisan is ignorant of both history and our current political climate.
On a my first flight to Tokyo, I sat next to a rather talkative Indian man; he simply was not going to leave this American girl to journal quietly in her seat by herself. Dining on compact airplane bentos together, I asked him why he too was on this flight to Japan. He told me that he had already spent some time stationed there working for his company and that his wife and child would come and join him soon.
In the modern day, more and more people are speaking out online, and it is becoming vital to the survival of protests.
Religion is an unnecessary part of holiday celebrations.
As we stand up for our reproductive and contraceptive rights, we need to remember to also stand beside the transgender community in the face of the coming United States medical policy changes.
In a world more and more concerned with the health issues surrounding tobacco, the industry is forced to come up with new ways to market their products — not all of which are noble.
As a Republican watching the final stages of this election, the hate we've let fester inside our party, as well as the growing need to denounce Donald J Trump has become much more painfully apparent.
A different way of electing government officials would allow the people to have more say.
Putting too much power in the hands of a community can have severe consequences.
Educators have one of the most pivotal roles in society. It's about time we started treating them that way.
International relations are not a zero-sum game, and cultural diversity makes the country a more interesting, better place to live.
In recent years, Hollywood has been accused of misrepresenting audiences. Studios are suffering from a lack of diversity.
Native American groups are protesting the construction of the North Dakota Access Pipeline. It's about time we listened to them.