Timothy K. DesJarlais, University of Arizona
Though a less-than-stellar film, Tom Hanks’ new thriller poses real concerns about privacy issues with personal data.
By using the courts to combat Trump’s agenda, the DNC risks defanging the presidency that they hope to win back in four years.
They may not buy you dinner, but working for free has a long, long list of benefits.
Vega, a law student at the University of Idaho, has seen firsthand how government persecution can lead to violence in migrant communities.
You should be using Facebook and Twitter to spread information, not verdicts.
The conflict in the Middle East is a lot closer to home than you think.
The petty bickering might be frustrating, but it was designed to be.
More students than ever are using apps like Tinder and Grindr, but fewer are enjoying the benefits.
With his iPad band ‘Touch,’ the Music Education major is providing access to quality music and helping special-needs youth.
His promise to tell things the way they are has backfired so badly that even his supporters urge critics not to interpret him literally.
With demand for a more highly educated workforce increasing, perhaps free college isn’t as radical as opponents argue.
College students should be better than anyone at discussing ideas that they don’t understand.
The UNLV seniors are working to promote conservation and protect the ecosystem, in their community and abroad.
Has racism blinded Trump’s administration from considering potential threats along the northern border?
In order to remain in the nation’s good graces, the media must take steps to put the American people first.
President Trump seems to have offended one too many states, as California now prepares for secession.
The fact that some legislators have worked for years to bar students from voting should prove exactly why it’s so important.
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