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President Joe Biden must do more to help combat climate change.

Op-ed: Biden needs to continue to keep campaign promises, address climate crisis

Greta Magendantz, contributor November 12, 2021
In a speech to fellow leaders last Monday, President Joe Biden talked the talk, referring to climate change as an “existential threat to human existence as we know it.” But can he walk the walk?
Orchestras should diversify to reflect the diverse talent present within the music industry.

Op-ed: White men overcrowd the orchestral industry

Jethro Ronald Lee, contributor November 3, 2021
Music is full of color, and the diversity of individuals behind the art should reflect music’s infinite assortments of creativity.
Its important that we return to Halloween the way it was prior to COVID-19.

Op-ed: Pandemic protocols shouldn’t put limits on Halloween celebrations

Tim Zhao, contributor October 30, 2021

Conflicts between public health and personal freedom began emerging prominently during the COVID-19 pandemic. As Halloween approaches, it’s important to consider whether certain gatherings are safe given...

Despite the desire to return to a normal Halloween, society must be careful in order to lessen the spread of COVID-19.

Op-ed: Trick-or-treating and Halloween parties are back, sort of

Haley Alphonse, contributor October 30, 2021

With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, approving Halloween’s annual trick-or-treating event in the United States, children have a well-deserved chance to see their friends and...

Weekly test scheduling and the Daily Wellness Check can be found on the MyNortheastern portal.

Op-ed: Cough, cough don’t spread your sickness to everyone else

Kayla Shiao, contributor October 29, 2021
We all want to get back to pre-pandemic learning, but potentially compromising the health and wellness of students to do so is not the way to go.
Certain Halloween costumes perpetuate cultural appropriation.

Op-ed: When do Halloween costumes cross the line of appropriation? 

Gabriel Holder, contributor October 25, 2021
Halloween: a celebrated and fondly anticipated event for children and college students alike. It is a holiday of embracing costumes and decorations which allow us to transform into something we are not. As our country continues to grapple with its past of racism and degradation of non-white cultures, and as the idea of cultural appropriation becomes increasingly recognized, one question remains salient: How does cultural appropriation define Halloween costumes?
Northeastern students partying recklessly in surrounding communities is concerning and deserves our attention.

Op-ed: Underage drinking at Northeastern has become a cause for concern

Yeva Khranovska, contributor October 19, 2021
With the easing of COVID-19 restrictions since last semester and the return to on-campus instruction, there has been a surge in off-campus partying and underage drinking.
The general quality of life at NU has improved from last years coronavirus-induced slump, but there is still work to be done.

Op-ed: How can Northeastern better protect our pack?

Sophia Ubertalli, contributor October 17, 2021
While coming back to campus and going to every single class in person has made last year fade into somewhat of a distant memory, there is still a lot of room for improvement around campus.
As the Delta variants presence continues, we must remain safe by physically staying away from those who arent fully vaccinated.

Op-ed: Safety is most important — avoid those who aren’t fully vaccinated

Sanjana Sanghani, contributor October 16, 2021
In order to best protect everyone, we can change our own habits by distancing ourselves from unvaccinated people and continuing mask use indoors.
People continue to use social media to portray a fake version of themselves.

Column: The dark side of social media and the screen

Alyssa Endres, columnist October 8, 2021
You are enough and worth more than any number of likes or followers on Instagram. You do not have to change yourself to better fit the standards perpetuated by social media. You deserve to feel happy with who you are. 
Social media polarizes society through political posts.

Column: Political discourse on social media continues to divide society

Madison Boudreau Popovic, opinion editor October 1, 2021
From standing up for tax reform to social and racial justice, there’s a time and place for it all. In recent years, politics began to infiltrate aspects of society where it never belonged. This, in turn, promotes the spread of negativity and toxicity worldwide. It appears that no one can escape politics, no matter where they turn.
Feminist activist and author bell hooks reveals the issues with todays feminist theory.

Op-ed: To actually empower women, let us fire the girlboss

Lily Xu, contributor September 28, 2021
Girlbosses use what hooks states as a “common oppression” ploy to use performative activism to generate profits. Girlbosses plaster a surface-level women empowerment movement into consumer culture, despite the ugly truth that their businesses are rampant with the very things they preach against.
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