This victory should be viewed as a hard-earned outcome by the Black organizers and voters of Georgia.
Students must avoid activities that would potentially spread COVID-19 and professors should organize their courses in a manner that genuinely allows students to have a break.
We have no reason to believe the Greek community will step up to the plate.
There is no problem with lawmakers expressing their religion privately, but expressing it in their official capacities through preferential laws and treatment is dangerous for our nation.
Men should wear whatever they want, especially when it leads to more fulfilling relationships, better mental health and a reduced stigma of gender expansive identities as a whole.
Systemic racism is a public health issue — when it comes to healthcare coverage, minority communities often fall through the cracks.
The University should not place artificial roadblocks in the way of students wishing to challenge themselves by taking courses that align with their academic interests or professional aspirations.
This semester, with a tighter margin for error, we cannot grow complacent.
Disparities of privilege necessitate a universal credit/no credit grading policy for the sole fact that some students will be better suited to receive letter grades.
In order to encourage increased acceptance of the vaccine, we must respond to the many nuanced concerns by respectfully sharing facts.
When we give space to prejudice, prejudice is bound to grow.
A group of peaceful human rights activists would probably be shot dead before they could even reach the doors, meanwhile a group of extremists made it far enough to take photos and leave notes at House Majority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s desk.
I stand with members of the Student Council in questioning whether Chi Alpha should maintain its CIO status if it will not allow openly LGBTQ+ students and allies to maintain leadership positions.
While the removal of unfit politicians from our government may not prevent further insurgence of extremism, it is a necessary step in the right direction.
With cases growing around the nation and in Charlottesville, the University must be even more prepared to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The University should respect their students’ ability to make personal decisions and thus reduce this requirement.