Public transit has its problems

Go Metro has faced a decline in the number of riders over the last two years Graphic courtesy of Flickr | Complicated routes and overly-minimalistic signs have created confusion for some students who would otherwise be using Go Metro as a way to commute to campus. However, steps are being taken to improve. For the last … Continue reading Public transit has its problems

#BelieveSurvivors emphasizes relief of belief

Photo courtesy of Maryn McCarty | Seniors Maryn McCarty (left) and Lauren Gierla (right) stand with guest speaker Abby Honold (center) at the Oct. 29 #BelieveSurvivors event. Honold shared her own experience with sexual assault in college at the event. In an effort to continue sexual assault prevention and education on campus, BRAVE Peer Educators (BRAVE), … Continue reading #BelieveSurvivors emphasizes relief of belief

Journalist death remains a mystery

Photo courtesy of Getty Images | The Washington Post reporter Jamal Khashoggi was murdered in the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul. The U.S. State Department has revoked 21 visas of Saudi nationals in retaliation over the death of the journalist. Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post journalist, was murdered in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on … Continue reading Journalist death remains a mystery