The Maroon

Find a better way to fund your organization

Michael Giusti

March 17, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Opinions

Every time I walk past a bake sale, I get a little sick to my stomach – not because I have some hatred of cupcakes, but because bake sales are economic malpractice. Hear me out. If you are a member of a club or campus...

Opinion: Buy products based on needs, not price

Riley Katz

March 16, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Opinions

Being in college means making your money last, whether you have a job or not. The living-lean lifestyle can be great practice for the real world because it allows you to learn to save for a rainy day and spend money on what...

Opinion: Don’t feel guilty about withdrawing from a class

Gracie Wise

February 24, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Opinions

I never thought about withdrawing from a class all my life. Other kids were taking five classes or more and didn't seem stressed or anxious about it. If I could tackle five to six classes in high school, then why shouldn't I be...

Diana Ward clarifies potential changes to Title IX

Diana Ward clarifies potential changes to Title IX

Diana Ward, Deputy Title IX Director

February 17, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Opinions, Showcase

The benefits of a social media sabbatical

Neil Baum

February 10, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Opinions, Showcase

As students, we spend an inordinate amount of time on computers and watching screens on iPads and cell phones. I am guilty of waking up every day looking at emails and also checking my computer inbox before retiring at night....

Opinion: How well does ‘snowflake’ rhetoric hold up under logical scrutiny?

Jc Canicosa

February 3, 2019

Filed under Op/Ed, Opinions, Showcase

Not very. That’s not exactly a revelation though. Full disclaimer: This opinion piece isn’t intended to make any points politically left or right. This piece is intended solely to analyze how well “snowflake” or “social...

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