Nov. 1, 2014

Archive for Tag Archives: ' op-ed'

The bipartisan perspective on Virginia’s 2014 Senate race

The bipartisan perspective on Virginia’s 2014 Senate race

Posted On: October 30, 2014

Contrary to popular wisdom, this race isn’t a surefire Democrat against a lockstep Republican. It’s a race between [...]

Admissions: End the gender divide

Admissions: End the gender divide

Posted On: October 30, 2014

If more women want to attend the College — as numbers indicate — and they are more qualified [...]

Seeking common ground to help graduates pay off loans

Seeking common ground to help graduates pay off loans

Posted On: October 27, 2014

So whether it is reducing the burden of student debt or fulfilling our commitment to our military men, [...]

Weapons in Williamsburg

Weapons in Williamsburg

Posted On: October 23, 2014

There is, simply put, no reason that the police, or anyone excluding the military for that matter, should [...]

Coming out and finding your place when everyone else is straight

Coming out and finding your place when everyone else is straight

Posted On: October 23, 2014

The problem with the closet is that it prevents people from seeing the realest you there is. And [...]

Courting belongs in the past

Courting belongs in the past

Posted On: October 23, 2014

The financial and social costs associated with Homecoming courting fully outweigh the benefits of free alcohol and men [...]

Londoner embraces the College

Londoner embraces the College

Posted On: October 20, 2014

As a result of these experiences, Williamsburg was as much of a culture shock to me as Kathmandu [...]

Ebola hysteria harms the intellect rather than the body

Ebola hysteria harms the intellect rather than the body

Posted On: October 20, 2014

There’s a sad irony in the fact that an individual with so much first-hand experience with Ebola was [...]

Opening dialogue: Let us reconcile faith and personal values

Opening dialogue: Let us reconcile faith and personal values

Posted On: October 16, 2014

If being accepting and loving was the written rule for Christians rather than the broken one, the [...]

Brief flashes of bipartisanship

Brief flashes of bipartisanship

Posted On: October 16, 2014

However, while bipartisanship seems hard to pinpoint, it’s still kicking in the 1st district. [...]