Political correctness doesn’t prepare students for the real world

Jessica Johnson

September 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion

As chair of the Slippery Rock College Republicans, I never thought I would see a day where President Obama spoke the thoughts that consistently run through my head. However, during his speech on... Read more »

“All Lives Matter” is harmful to the Black Lives Matter movement

Dylan Vamosi

September 24, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Over the last year, it has become increasingly difficult to navigate social media without stumbling upon #AllLivesMatter. We have also heard this gaffe... Read more »

Polyamory doesn’t threaten the sanctity of traditional relationships

Joseph Szalinski

September 16, 2015

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I am not in a polyamorous relationship, nor have I ever been. I am perfectly happy being monogamous in the relationship that I am currently in, however, this does not prevent me from understanding... Read more »

Unpopular opinions are important for multi-dimensional thinking

Shelby Stearns, Copy/Web Editor

September 10, 2015

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I don’t like Taylor Swift. I think she’s obnoxious. I don’t put syrup on my pancakes or jelly on my peanut butter sandwiches because I don’t like them. I find maxi skirts superfluous and... Read more »

Pledge of Allegiance isn’t representative of all American people

Cheyenne Jackson, Commentary

September 10, 2015

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Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed by the various authors on The Rocket opinion pages do not necessarily reflect the opinions,... Read more »

A field guide to species of college stereotype hybrids you can find only on SRU’s campus

Janelle Wilson, Editor in Chief

September 3, 2015

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Not unlike a nature documentary, Slippery Rock is home to many species of college stereotypes. You’re probably asking what’s different about college stereotypes at SRU compared to other schools.... Read more »