The Wichitan

Our nation is not properly ruled

Matthew Tempelmeyer, Columnist

October 24, 2018

Our nation was built upon the basis of the simple freedoms of life, the most notable are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. However, these three ideologies of what this country was built on contradict each other differing from the roots of how individuals live their independent lives. To put...

Critical conversation discusses power of free speech

Critical conversation discusses power of free speech

Chloe Phillips

February 20, 2018

To discuss the legal and conceptual aspects of freedom of speech, the Office of Equity, Inclusion and Multicultural Affairs personnel brought a panel of faculty members to the critical conversations series program on Feb. 19 in the Legacy Multipurpose Room. The panel included Donovan Irven, phil...

Students fail to utilize opportunities to speak out, be heard

The Wichitan

February 20, 2018

OUR VIEW: Faculty and administration offer countless opportunity like critical conversation panels for students to use their voices, talents and perspectives that students fail to utilize. Faculty members put on panel discussions that pertain to relevant and serious issues evident in national head...

Students question: Is hate speech free speech?

Students question: Is hate speech free speech?

Jennifer Wright

October 3, 2017

The Resist Hate Rally was almost over. About 30 students, faculty and staff started at Sunwatcher Plaza. They set off to walk around campus at 5:30 p.m. on a warm Friday afternoon with Labor Day weekend quickly approaching. They were almost back to the start as two others stood off to the side, ho...

Gender inequality still a real problem

The Wichitan

January 25, 2017

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 confused ...

The element of freedom

Wadzanai Dzvurumi

September 15, 2016

I spent a good part of my life trying to shrink myself, trying to become smaller, less opinionated, less sensitive, less loud, less me. Perhaps a part of me thought that I would be a burden to others if I lived my life in my most “true self." I wanted people to like me, I wanted to feel wanted and...

Are you right for the Republican Party?

Are you right for the Republican Party?

The Wichitan

February 14, 2015

Is the Republican Party right for our generation? That’s the question that sparked this editorial. But as fair as that question is, it should be reversed. Is our generation right for the Republican Party? I’ve identified with the GOP for as long as I’ve held my own political opinions—nea...

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