Opinions

Opinions

Ajit Pai is a threat to net neutrality

By Joe Grist Net neutrality has been a vital issue since Tim Wu coined the term back in 2003. Net neutrality has made the internet...

A suspended fraternity does not compare to the end of a life

By Rachael Shah Halloween weekend will forever have a different meaning for Jordin Taylor’s loved ones. On Oct. 29, 2016, Taylor attended a fraternity party held...

For a nation of immigrants, Trump’s immigration ban seems un-American

European settlers—or more aptly, immigrants—first planted their heavy colonizing boots on Western soil in 1492 and forever changed the landscape of North and South...

Peaceful protests are necessary for change

By Joe Grist On Jan. 21, Donald Trump’s first day of office, over one million people participated in Women’s Marches in the U.S. and worldwide....

Emotional support animals have a long leash

The service animal industry in America is hounded with certificates and licenses for emotional support, comfort and therapy animals for sale at any of...

The American empire could fall under Trump

When the Berlin Wall came down Nov. 9, 1989, some prematurely—and infamously—celebrated “the end of history” and the victory of liberal democracy in the...

Students should value communication skills regardless of major

Conflict can be seen across the globe, and much of this conflict is fruitless, destructive and divisive. If the next generation of students can...

Replace before repeal, distrust before trust

The United States was founded on the idea of unalienable rights: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. However, denying people easy access to...

Angela Davis’ visit is invaluable to students

Texas State is a university filled with bold and valiant spirits willing to fight for justice. I came to this university to simply and...

White activism is just as bad as Trump’s hate speech

If your activism is out of touch with the poor and people of color, then it is neither radical nor revolutionary. Many of us...