Archive for Opinions

Letter to President Revely: Preserve Title IX protections

Letter to President Revely: Preserve Title IX protections

Posted On: November 06, 2017

Dear President Reveley, As alumni and current students of the College of William and Mary, we write to [...]

Thinking theologically about political polarization

Thinking theologically about political polarization

Posted On: October 30, 2017

Are we accelerating toward a precipice?  The polarization of our national politics is increasingly visible at the College [...]

Noting the flaws within the College’s illness policy

Noting the flaws within the College’s illness policy

Posted On: October 30, 2017

The arrival of fall is an exciting time in Williamsburg. From fanciful lattes to the picturesque foliage alongside [...]

Defending Halloweekend: A fun time for all students

Defending Halloweekend: A fun time for all students

Posted On: October 30, 2017

Like many of the students at The College of William and Mary, I’ve had my fair share of [...]

Appreciating ‘slutty’ Halloween costumes as creative outlets

Appreciating ‘slutty’ Halloween costumes as creative outlets

Posted On: October 30, 2017

For college students, Halloween is often marked by a copious amount of sexy costumes. There seem to be [...]

Honor code sign changes pass the test

Honor code sign changes pass the test

Posted On: October 23, 2017

Last February, I wrote an impassioned — but tongue-in-cheek — critique of the signs displaying the Honor Pledge [...]

College emergency notification system needs work

College emergency notification system needs work

Posted On: October 23, 2017

“They told us a transformer had blown,” a College of William and Mary student barred from entering Berret’s [...]

College Orientation treats sexual assault too lightly

College Orientation treats sexual assault too lightly

Posted On: October 23, 2017

According to the campus climate survey conducted by the College of William and Mary’s Task Force on Preventing [...]

In favor of Morton Hall: A simple space for quiet study

In favor of Morton Hall: A simple space for quiet study

Posted On: October 23, 2017

Although the comfort and accessibility of Swem make it one of the most popular study spaces on campus, [...]

A case to reelect Mike Mullin

A case to reelect Mike Mullin

Posted On: October 23, 2017

Mike Mullin, your current delegate in Richmond, is campaigning for re-election and needs your support. He is an [...]