The Editorial Board is confident in these candidates’ abilities to help UJC promote safety, respect and freedom.
These candidates, while emphatically pragmatic and solution-oriented, embody the creative and realistic outlook necessary to actualize their goals and support students.
More than putting a burden on students, current CHI procedures, in fact, fail to ensure that all accused students who are affected by a mental health disorder receive proper consideration.
The University should change their current policy in order to allow students to bring pepper spray to all University sanctioned events.
In reality, however, the University’s invitation for students to share their connection to this institution is simply further proof of how the status of legacy admissions continue to stain our institution.
Since the appointment of a City Manager is a step away from representative democracy, we risk our governance becoming both ignorant to the issues of the voters and unaccountable to their sentiments.
When compared with the benefits of investing in affordable housing, the grievances in this lawsuit are little more than the prioritization of small town aesthetics over quality of life.
School is not just for those already studious and successful, and dedication is not just for those hard-working and helpful.
This is a conversation about truth. How do we define truth, what does truth mean to us as students and who do we look to for the truth?