Opinions & Editorials

A Nomination That Has No Reward

March 11, 2014

BY LAURAN O’NEILL STAFF WRITER If you have a Facebook you’ve probably seen the newest craze sweeping the site. Someone you’re friends with does something crazy, usually involving alcohol, and then nominates three other friends while [...]

Closets Are Meant For Clothes

March 11, 2014

With the recent overturn of the bill in Arizona that would allow institutions to discriminate against the gay community, now the state supports legalizing gay marriage. The bill that was ultimately vetoed by Arizona’s governor would have allowed [...]

The Need For Peace Week

March 4, 2014

This past week saw the celebration of Peace Week on Manhattan College’s campus. With documentaries, presentations and discussions on issues ranging from the psychological effects of warfare to Middle Eastern human rights, the events were both [...]

Why Peace Studies Matters

March 4, 2014

KATHLEEN WHITE GUEST WRITER The study of injustice and human suffering is not an easy task; it is tough and takes a tough person to voluntarily study these topics. One of the biggest challenges of being a peace studies major is realizing all of the [...]