Bynion’s Opinion: Policy on Politics

By Taylor Bynion Editor-in-Chief, Taylor Bynion, turns the tables and writes a letter from the editor in Bynion’s Opinion. The latest poll is in: I know nothing about politics. Well, not nothing, but not enough to form a firm opinion. As college students, we are constantly encouraged to vote, educate ourselves about current events, and... Continue Reading →

Bynion’s Opinion: Making the Grade

By Taylor Bynion Editor-in-Chief, Taylor Bynion, turns the tables and writes a letter from the editor in Bynion’s Opinion. Grades are important, and that is something hard to disprove. Making the grade is what allowed us to come to college, further our education, and someday obtain our dream job. They help determine if we will... Continue Reading →

Freedom of Speech Proves Essential

By Kristina Pickering When did this generation lose its freedom? There is a claim that this generation has information teeming from its fingertips. This information is taken in, absorbed, and recited word for word or from a passionate heart with misconstrued ideas and fallacies from either lack of information or ignorance to the real world.... Continue Reading →

Our Sister’s Keeper

Why Notre Dame should still be affected by Keough's Past and Present By Ciarese De Torres It's not every day that something as immense as Netflix casts the spotlight on the streets of Baltimore. Yet on May 2017, Netflix released a series titled The Keepers, which brought into light the fifty-year-old secrets kept within the... Continue Reading →

Black Anxiety in Academia: How the pressure of avoiding stereotypes is harming young Black students in the U.S.

By Jae Bradley IMPOSTOR SYNDROME is a term that describes a deeply-ingrained propensity to see one’s achievements or status as luck or deceit, rather than a meaningful reflection of skill and persistence. It is a phenomenon often associated with women, particularly in the context of the workforce. However, the impostor syndrome concept could also easily... Continue Reading →

Raising Our Voices Proudly

By Jae Bradley “The New York Times” estimates that nearly 500,000 people participated in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017. The march was a vibrant and very pink display of solidarity among advocates of various social causes. From reproductive rights to environmental concerns, demonstrators flooded the heart of the nation’s capital the... Continue Reading →

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