Opinion

Summering in Nantucket. Vineyard Vines. Hitting the slopes on Loon Mountain. Progressive politicians. The Ivy League. Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft. These are all images we associate with New England — especially after last year’s Super Bowl. But I can ...

Author’s note: This article contains examples of victim blaming, Islamophobia, white supremacy, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia and references to pregnancy, rape and suicide.   “What I’m doing, every day, is speaking for the voiceless majority against the powerful minority, which is ...

In his inauguration address on April 2, 2004, President James W. Wagner formally pledged to “do all in [his] power to enable our University community to grow in excellence.” Since then, he has developed and situated his presidency within the ...

For those unaware, or perhaps all too aware if you’ve picked up most any copy of the Wheel in the past year, my chief profession is as a film critic and, as of late, we film critics seem to have ...

“I’m not that political of a person. I just really don’t want to get involved in politics — it’s too much work.” It’s a refrain that I know came out of my mouth at one time or another and one ...

The passing of Antonin Scalia is tragic and dramatic. As a man who was respected by people of many ideologies and parties for his strong legal mind, his involved approach to being a Supreme Court justice and his firm substantiation ...

The millennial generation — Americans born between 1980-2000 — has a notorious reputation at the polls: we don’t vote. In the recent 2014 November midterm elections, only 36.3 percent of the national United States voting-eligible population voted. Among the millennial ...

Through this election cycle, the press has brimmed with articles and segments maintaining that Donald J. Trump has been waging a campaign sewn with xenophobia and jingoism. My social media feeds have amplified such a view, that Trump and his ...

In the Georgia General Assembly, a bill was recently introduced that would make university campuses less safe, exacerbate existing risks related to alcohol abuse and sexual assault and undermine the educational mission of our state’s institutions of higher learning. We ...