Let's be honest.
On Monday, Aug. 27, first-year female Miami University students reveled in wearing clothes to class that would have earned them detentions in high school.
Two weeks ago, Page Six reported that Charlie Rose has been pitching a "Where are they now?"-style show, with him hosting and other serial sexual predators as guests. Because isn't the #MeToo movement an opportunity to give dangerous men a larger platform than any of their victims?
Our editorial board recently discussed a New York Times op-ed from January that criticized a trend in public four-year schools -- using students' tuition money for aesthetic upgrades, such as adding lazy rivers to their rec centers. We thought it was ridiculous. We then realized, halfway through that discussion, that Miami is one of those schools.
Two weeks ago, I woke up in a good mood and stayed that way all day -- something that hadn't happened since maybe last October.
Political tensions are high on college campuses around the country, potentially more so than they've ever been. With such alienating topics, from abortions to racial tensions to our president himself, it would be almost laughable for us as a community to try and keep the peace; people must vocalize their opinions. It's the only way to bring about change.
The legacy of departed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is one that will be hard to discern. He went from the hard-charging face of the Republican Party to a governor allegedly closing bridges to spite political rivals, and chastising constituents on radio stations. The fate of the former presidential candidate was destined to be among promising but forgotten politicians. But the final legacy of the deposed governor has yet to be written, largely due to an action currently before the Supreme Court.
Two weeks ago, two female Miami students were removed from the Delta Zeta (DZ) sorority after a video leaked online in which they were singing along to the song "Freaky Friday" by Lil' Dicky. In the Snapchat video, the girls sing a line in which the N-word is repeated multiple times by featured artist Chris Brown.
The following reflects the majority opinion of the editorial board.