Stay Connected

FacebookTwitterRSS

Subscribe by Email

Home » Archives by category » Opinion (Page 2)

An open letter to my privileged college professors

For the first time in my academic career I walked out of classroom. After a professor’s use of the “n-word” and his justification for using it, I was frustrated, angry,…

The Real Value of Vita

Voluntary Income Tax Assistance, VITA, is a visible and important part of our mission at the College. The students who participated and Professors Judy Peterson and Connie Mersch did an…

Letter to the editor: Gay Blood

This week, many Monmouth College students and I went to donate blood. I was deferred indefinitely. However, I already knew that I was deferred and would be again. Something that…

Jacob Marx – Polical column

This past Saturday, the three remaining Democratic presidential candidates duked it out at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. With Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee dropping out last month, Hillary…

Letter to the editor: Mexican Sombreros

How can one be respectful towards another culture and people that are different from oneself? When trying to answer this question I can’t help thinking about the incident when a…

Letter to the editor: Pita pockets, please

I’ve always been a fan of Monty’s. It’s a convenient way to grab a quick meal without totally blowing a diet with a Big Mac or Alfano’s college special. Recently,…

Opinion: Republican Presidential Candidate Ben Carson

When one envisions the President of the United States, Ben Carson’s image may not come to mind. Usually, the ideal president is someone with experience serving in a different office,…

Opinion: Democratic Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton

Born in 1947, Hillary Rodham Clinton grew up in Chicago and graduated from Maine South High School. She would later attend Wellesley College to study political science and would graduate…