Construction breaks quiet hours

OUR VIEW: Construction disrupts dorm life.The world knows that the glass-faced, moneyless, starving zombies walking around wearing university-associated clothing known as college students are desperate for as much sleep as they can get. The students living on our campus are more desperate for sleep … [Read more...]

Student safety takes precedent over executive order

OUR VIEW: The "Muslim ban" has been mislabeled for a reason: it is discriminatory in underlying nature. On Jan. 27, President Donald Trump issued an executive order barring all people hailing from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen for at least the next 90 days. The executive order … [Read more...]

Gender inequality still a real problem

OUR VIEW: The women in the women's march had reasons to protest, despite criticism on social media.Around the world, women, men and children of all races and beliefs gathered in their cities to vocalize the injustice of gender equality. As people marched, social media brought forth thousands of … [Read more...]

Inauguration important no matter the vote

OUR VIEW: No matter who you voted for, it's important to wish for our country's success, regardless of the President.As the presidential inauguration date draws closer, part of the country will be donning their Make America Great Again hats and celebrating the induction of our President-elect Donald … [Read more...]

New stadium should not be top priority

OUR VIEW: The $50 million comprehensive campaign money should go toward other priorities before a multipurpose stadium.Last week, administration presented a $50 million comprehensive campaign for the next 100 years at MSU. They asked for student, faculty and staff opinions, ranging from scholarships … [Read more...]

Fantasy of Lights spreads holiday cheer

OUR VIEW: Everyone should take a walk around campus to see the MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights this winter.Before Thanksgiving break, the annual MSU-Burns Fantasy of Lights opened on Nov. 21. With 20,000 beautiful lights and 35 entertaining, exciting holiday displays, this is an event that everyone … [Read more...]

Protests display our First Amendment rights

OUR VIEW: Protesting is an expression of our First Amendment rights, not an attempt at overthrowing the government.After Election Day last week, protests erupted in various cities around the country. Austin, Texas. Indianapolis, Indiana. Atlanta, Georgia. Chicago, Illinois. Dallas, Texas. Seattle, … [Read more...]

Praise for successful election watch party

The political science department put on a successful election watch party last night in Legacy Hall. It was impressive to see almost 75 students in attendance, actively engaged in the election coverage. It's refreshing to see so many students interested and involved in politics in a generation that … [Read more...]

Trump Wins! Trump Wins!

Let's make America great again.Congratulations are in order to Donald Trump for winning the 2016 presidential election.Described as one of the most controversial elections the United States has ever seen, millions watched until well after midnight in anticipation to find out which contender would be … [Read more...]

Student votes give students a voice

With the next presidential election Nov. 8, voters' time to choose a presidential campaign to back is only 20 days away.In this election, it is crucial, now more than ever, for young voters to become educated on the two primary candidates and to participate in this election.In today's society, … [Read more...]