Truth is found in satire

In a post-fact age, comedy lends itself to the hard news narrative By Justin Sweitzer Editor-in-Chief We live in an age where we gravitate toward information that confirms our own biases. We all do it. Whether it’s by closing ourselves off in our living room to watch the latest O’Reilly Factor broadcast or by only […]


Which 2016 presidential candidate can tackle the issue of student debt?

By Ellen Strassner As the 2016 presidential election draws closer, we are learning more about the candidates and what they have to offer the American people. Social issues are a big part of this election, but so are financial issues. As college students, one of the issues that affect us the most is the cost […]