Reading too much bad news can be a stressful drag.
Body positivity should not mean celebrating unhealthy lifestyles.
Don't hype terror attacks in the media — cover them with dignity and let the world move on.
Columbia police officers do little to make Five Points safer.
University absence policies should take into account travel around holidays like Easter.
There should be nothing controversial in the recent, now-pulled Pepsi ad.
Exit exams confuse and complicate language classes.
There's a better way to handle meal plans than the end-of-semester bulk food grabs.
Dogs aren't dolls and shouldn't be treated like them.
America needs a new deal for its pupper citizens.
The school's definition of "excused" absence is unacceptably narrow, failing to include things like weddings and the leave of military family members.
Although the Women's March on Washington was very successful, it did not include all women.
Meal plan users should be able to Get Milk.
Elderly drivers can be dangerous and that danger should not be ignored.
Although the body positivity movement is a step in the right direction, it must extend to all bodies.
Finals suck all the fun out of learning without really testing your knowledge of the subject at hand.
Children who spend long hours training at one sport their parents hope they will become professionals in are injury-prone and unlikely to make it to the big leagues. It's time to stop pressuring them into something that could hurt them down the road.
Current AZA and industry standards are almost abusive to pachyderms.
Police have to be trained better to help reduce the instances of brutality that are regularly hitting the news these days.
Although Colin Kaepernick is within his rights to protest police brutality, the way he is doing it is more effective at gaining him attention than it is at healing the racial divide in our country.