Editorial

Editorial

United in the Same Mind

Every four years when we vote for a presidential candidate, we reach the same conclusions: We are more divided than ever; political polarization is an issue; there is no more “united” in the United States. Politics is not the only area where we find disagreement—how shocking. We find differences in […]

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JBU, Let’s Respect Each Other

In light of recent campus tension, it has become increasingly difficult for us to defend our First Amendment rights while also being considerate of other students’ individuality. Furthermore, it is even more challenging to separate the importance of our beliefs from their impact on others. When do we stop voicing […]

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#SaveStudentNewsrooms

In the “closed” signs in restaurant windows. In the commercials on TV that tell us “we are all in this together.” In the masked faces of fellow patrons at the grocery store. The COVID-19 virus’ impact is apparent everywhere we turn and has forced us to change how we live […]

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Remember the faces behind the screen

What would your mom say if she saw your posts, or your comments, on Instagram? Would she think that your statement was funny? Would she applaud you for standing up for your convictions, or would she be appalled at your anger and hate?  By now, the majority of campus is […]

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Speak Your Truth

It’s a beautiful moment when someone shares their truth. Whether it’s their mental health journey, how they survived a broken relationship, or revealing a hidden part of their identity, when an individual lives their truth boldly, it causes observers to pause for a moment and reflect. They begin to ask […]

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Looking to find Christ in our churches

When was the last time you were uncomfortable in church? Whether it comes from the many staring eyes or a dominant culture that expects you to act in a certain way, churches are often places of exclusivity.  Do you think Christ would be uncomfortable in your church? As a Jewish […]