Has the War on Drugs Been Won? 

By Jacob Gross Throughout its diverse and extensive history, cannabis has been one of the most divisive plants to exist. In the last two centuries, the plant has transformed in public policy from a helpful herbal…

In defense of Valentine’s Day

By Cady Inabinett For being a holiday about love, Valentine’s Day gets a lot of hate.  There are many valid criticisms of Valentine’s Day. It’s overly consumeristic, with a 2020 report showing that Americans expected to spend, on average, $142 to celebrate;…

Budgeting for the police

By Rose Davis The image of the police is complicated. For some they are visions of defense against a world of crime, with TV shows and news stories depicting them as saviors of the innocent.…

The Pandemic of Convenience

By: Jacob Gross   Our managing editor, Xander Swain called me on Wednesday afternoon asking if I could pick up another article for the paper. With the rise in COVID-19 cases across the nation, I decided to pick…