Garris was wrong, LeBlanc was wrong, the senate was dead wrong and The Hatchet was wrong for running this op-ed.
By solely studying ISIS, the program leads people to believe that Islamic extremism, not far-right terror, is a pressing threat.
Sharing non-normative pronouns essentially becomes a public coming out that trans students have to endure every day.
Professors need to be conscious of students’ other obligations during the summer and allow students more flexibility in their class deadlines.
Finding community as a queer person is emotionally and mentally taxing. Even in an inclusive city, the perfect community does not just come together.
Students should have more options to complete community service work that directly relates to the material taught in class.
The SA has not passed as much legislation as years past, and the organization can always do more to proactively reach out to students.
Students who disapprove of Chick-fil-A’s bigoted values should stand up and boycott the restaurant on campus.
The University seems more concerned about creating an appearance of listening to students rather than actually making sure their voices are heard.
The module is more about teaching minorities how to treat their oppressors than it is about how to end oppression.