Staff Editorial

Studies show that many university professors lean left on the political spectrum. Many of these professors are not afraid to share their political views during their lectures. However, a professor’s political bias should not suppress open discussion in the classroom. It should be used to welcome open discussion, instead.

Opinion

When the new season of “Kevin Can Wait” premiered in September, fans saw a major, and rather sudden, change — Donna, the lead female character portrayed by Erinn Hayes, was killed off the show. This …

Staff Editorial

DNAinfo, a popular source for local neighborhood news, was abruptly shut down Nov. 2, with Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Joe Ricketts citing financial reasons for the immediate closure. The loss of DNAinfo delivered a heavy …

Opinion

As the seasons turn and the winter holidays near, people are likely to begin feeling more generous and consider ways of giving back — most notably, through charity. In the name of altruism, many individuals …

Staff Editorial

Apple opened its new Michigan Avenue location Oct. 20. The roof of the store — sleek and curved gray — was set to carry a white Apple logo in its center, resembling the iconic MacBook …

Opinion

The Trump administration issued regulations Oct. 6 that would widely broaden the exceptions of a part of the Affordable Care Act that guarantees coverage for contraceptives for women who obtain insurance from their employers. The …

Opinion

A truck filled with military-grade explosives was detonated in the middle of a busy intersection outside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Mogadishu, Somalia Oct. 14. Two hours later, another explosion went off in the …

Staff Editorial

In light of recent sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein, Twitter users started sharing their own experiences with sexual harassment and assault the hashtag “#MeToo.”