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South Carolina and Nevada indicative of momentum going into Super Tuesday

(02/22/16 7:09am)

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump emerged successful out of Nevada and South Carolina respectively, which may be an indicative of what Super Tuesday on March 1 will look like. While Clinton’s battle was hard-fought, Trump seems to be continuing his reign of terror and surpassing Ted Cruz and Rubio.

Why should it matter how many people you’ve slept with?

(02/07/16 3:07am)

The body count stereotype: when you first start talking to someone and they drop the number of people they’ve slept with. It has the potential to scare you away. But why is it so alarming to hear that someone has had sex with 20 or 30 people? Worse than alarm – that when a man says it he is praised, but when a woman says it, she’s deemed a slut.

Albany incident shows there’s still work to be done on campuses

(01/31/16 11:29pm)

We’ve seen the headlines across the country. From protests calling for the president of the University of Missouri to resign, to demonstrations at Yale University over several racial incidents, to the “White Only” art project controversy right here at UB, race has been a hot-button issue for college campuses across the country over the past few months.

#OscarsSoWhite – again

(01/27/16 10:40pm)

The current controversy of the white-washed Oscar nominations has reached an all-time high. Actors including Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are threatening to skip the ceremony altogether and others, including Matt Damon, are accusing the Academy The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of being “shameful and embarrassing.” This is the second year in a row that the nominations have been overtaken by white actors, posing the question of whether this is an awards issue or a Hollywood issue.

Oklahoma Wesleyan University President slams students for playing the victim

(12/04/15 7:56am)

Oklahoma Wesleyan University President Everett Piper penned an open letter titled “This Is Not A Daycare! It’s a University!” in regard to political correctness of students on his campus and on other campuses across the country. He calls out students for acting as “victims” and for complaining when their “feelings are hurt.”