5 Tips for not getting Ebola

Kevin Squires, It's Rocket Science

October 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion

“Ebola is not present on our campus.” Firm. Clear. And to the point. There were some very strong points made in Slippery Rock University’s Ebola message... Read more »

Believing in God and the Bible but not same-sex marriage is misguided

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October 23, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

If Steve and Jim across the street got married, I wouldn’t be insulted. I wouldn’t lose sleep or fear the start of another world war.  I wouldn’t much care.   ... Read more »

Why students should vote and four issues to keep in mind

Arthur Richards, Jr.

October 23, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

This is an important midterm election. There are many issues which involve young people at stake. It is important to vote for the candidates who support your opinions. The candidates for this region... Read more »

Everyone should be a feminist and here’s why

Stephani Damato, Commentary

October 23, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The fact that the word “feminist” even exists shows the segregation between men and women when it comes to equality. The fact that there is such a thing as “women’s rights” but not “men’s... Read more »

Same-sex marriage is not offensive

Stephani Damato, Commentary

October 17, 2014

Filed under Opinion

It baffles me how this topic ever became controversial—that is, why anyone is even opposed to the idea. A man marrying a man. A woman marrying a woman. How is that affecting anyone but the couple involved? What if Steve and... Read more »

‘Slavery to technology’ is resulting in ‘emotionless robots’

Danielle Swezey, Commentary

October 9, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Once upon a time, students passed carefully folded notes in class and slid love letters under dorm room doors. Today, they are more likely to send text messages. This is a precursor to how technology... Read more »

Letter to the Editor: ‘All IZE on Human Trafficking’ spreads ‘sensationalized myths’

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October 9, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

As soon as I saw the poster advertising for the “All Ize on Human Trafficking” event here at SRU, I knew I would be writing this. “Human trafficking” has become a buzzword in charity giving... Read more »

Banning books fails at advancing society

Stephani Damato, Commentary

October 9, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Banning books is something that school districts have been doing for decades. If one tiny aspect of a story could offend or be inappropriate in any way, the book is banned. The Outsiders has... Read more »