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Seas the day: best beaches in the US

Can’t Go Wrong With Paradiseby Kaia Stallings It’s really no secret that Hawaii is an expensive place to live and let alone visit. This summer will likely be very different than what tourists are used to. Truthfully, it’s never okay to visit such an isolated

Will things be different once self-isolation ends?

People will need time to recover from the traumatic experience by Tommy Clift History repeats itself. Yes—that may be true. Humanity seems to be locked in a recurrent cycle. Whether that cycle be in a grand sense—one of war, recession, or crisis—or in the everyday

Is choosing a Pass/Not Pass grading system worth it?

Yes, there are enough stressors at the moment  Opinion by Isaiah Mancha Due to a series of unfortunate events, schools of all academics have transitioned from in-person lectures to online. As COVID-19 continues to spread, this is the safest way to keep all faculty members and students safe

Should the Auraria Geese have rights?

the goose-iarchy is taking over Opinion by Frankie Spiller “My father was killed by a goose.”  This is Irene Güsehater. She sits in front of her father’s grave. The day is cold, but the souls of geese are colder. They honk in the distance, tauntingly. She

The Bachelor vs The Bachelorette

Bachelor is catty drama at its finest Opinion by Sang Dao When it comes to finding love on a television series, nothing can beat The Bachelor. What about The Bachelorette? It’s an inferior sibling series left in the dust. What makes The Bachelor better than

Should employees get fired over social media?

employees are allowed to express their opinion Opinion by Kaia Stallings It’s no secret that a large majority of the population around the world has some type of social media account. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram serve as ways for people to express themselves and share

Should the electoral college be abolished?

the college protects from tyranny of any sort Opinion by Gillian Russo A common misconception among the public is that the United States functions as a democracy, when it actually was established as a republic. A democracy favors the majority vote, whereas a republic is

Do award shows actually matter?

It’s pointless praise to those who don’t need it Opinion by Kaia Stallings There’s something sinister about the idea of the Academy Awards. Every year the art that people have put out to the masses is put up against panels, judges, and the very people

Are dating apps good for society?

they provide pure validation to users Opinion by Lorraine Kelly Tinder, Hinge, Bumble, FarmersOnly. In the 21st century, there’s a dating app for just about everyone. Gone are the days of meeting people at the bar: future mates are chosen based on a few photos,

Does Joker deserve a Best Picture nomination?

yes, it made a clear impact on cinemagoers Opinion by Alexander Elmore With 11 Academy Award nominations, Joker is already the most honored film of the year—and the 92 Oscar ceremony has yet to happen. The sheer number of nominations given to the film has