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Opinion

When a musician of high status has done wrong, is separating the art from the name the only option we have as fans?

Opinion: When do you separate the art from the artist?

by Claudia Garcia
Published February 19, 2024
What do you do when your favorite singer has committed such terrible acts?
People should consider adopting pets from local animal shelters and rescues before reaching out to breeders or pet stores.

Opinion: Adopt don’t shop your college pets

by Natalie Trimble and Gabrielle Erenstein
Published February 18, 2024
Shelter pets need love too.
Editorial Cartoon: Slamming the debt

Editorial Cartoon: Slamming the debt

by Sam Fleming
Published February 16, 2024
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont (D) proposed a plan that would wipe out his state's medical debt.
Opinion columnist Leo Huppke wrote about the importance of finding queer community.

Opinion: Gay men, where are you?

by Leo Huppke
Published February 14, 2024
Finding queer community is still essential.
Evaluating the dynamics of Carlson’s most popular major.

Opinion: How to improve Carlson’s finance curriculum

by Michael Fraley
Published February 13, 2024
Yes, this is relevant to all students.
The University of Minnesota campus gates on East Bank, Nov. 12, 2022.

Opinion: Revising the adjunct faculty system

by Abiha Kashif
Published February 12, 2024
The adjunct system is hurting students and faculty alike.
Finding the one on dating apps, especially with the growing number of users, has just become more difficult.

Opinion: The slippery slopes of dating apps

by Natalie Trimble
Published February 11, 2024
Can you really find the one online?
Columnist Clash: Is voting third-party worth it?

Columnist Clash: Is voting third-party worth it?

by Abiha Kashif and Leo Huppke
Published February 11, 2024
A debate on the efficacy of third-party voting.
A lot of the Regents discussion was had, but much of it felt roundabout and inessential to the decision-making process.

Desk Decision: BORED of Regents

by Opinions Desk
Published February 9, 2024
The regents have thoroughly looked into the next president, but we could not tell you how.

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