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How Student Government plans to address our campus’ poor recycling report

By Byron Baugh When people consider what they like about our campus, I’d like to think that having a robust sustainability culture ranks fairly high. That fills me with so much pride. I’m honored to be the student tasked with coordinating initiatives and efforts that moves us forward. Of course, this is a huge responsibility as […]

Education has become industry, at our cost

Quiet students want to participate in class, they just need time

By Dinorah Prevost When I read my class syllabi every semester, the professor’s grade breakdown is the first section I look over. Not because I’m worried about the final or midterm exams — instead, I’m sweating over the class participation grade. For most students, participating is the easiest part of class. But for the quieter […]

Education has become industry, at our cost

Be smart, don’t be like former Dolphins O-line coach

Pictured Above: Miami Dolphins offensive line during a 2012 game against the Oakland Raiders. Chris Foerster, an offensive line coach, was recently fired for snorting cocaine on video. Courtesy of June Rivera By Michael Fergusson Common sense: that little voice in your head that says “you probably shouldn’t do that.” Some of us have it. […]

Education has become industry, at our cost

What we can learn from Hollywood and Harvey Weinstein

By Sara M. McDonald Manipulation. That is a word commonly used by the women who have accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct to describe their horrific experiences with the American film producer. At least 28 actresses, models, journalists and former employees of Weinstein have come forward with allegations against him, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Angelina Jolie, […]

Education has become industry, at our cost