While my college years have sustained some bumps and bruises here and there – two breakups, a global pandemic that forced us all to abandon campus, three moves and countless minor grievances – The Hatchet has carried me through it all.
As someone who suffers from a mental illness that is not depression or anxiety, I have not felt that I can speak out because it has not really been destigmatized.
Wanting to be with someone can only get you so far, especially during a pandemic. You have to put in the legwork and learn to talk out the good and bad.
To be an actual ally to those who experienced sexual misconduct, students need to be quiet, listen and share useful information.
Students and educators should not take to social media to air their grievances about professors or situations in class.
The disgraceful and disgusting behavior unraveling in the nation’s capitol demonstrates policing discrepancies in this country.
2021 might feel like a fresh start, but we must remember that the pandemic is still alive and well.
As coronavirus-related deaths reach record highs, Trump demanded that senators increase the stimulus checks.
The Council must vote to decriminalize sex work and set a precedent for other major cities around the country.
Asian Americans like myself need to stand with affirmative action and “race-conscious” admissions and put the needs of the many over our needs of the few.