Staff Editorial: Better workspaces needed for students

October 1, 2012

Filed under Opinions, Staff Editorial

As classes begin to increase the workload for students this fall, BSM hour comes as a vital time for students to organize and get work done throughout the day. However, the work spaces available for students during the school... Read more »

Title IX prevents U of M from establishing mens’ soccer

Aidan O'Driscoll and Jason Kang

October 1, 2012

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The Women’s soccer team at the University of Minnesota amazed everyone by shocking their opponents and starting off with a 5-2 season, but the men’s team is nowhere in sight...literally. Men’s Soccer at the NCAA level... Read more »

Uniforms: a positive investment for BSM

Michelle Sauer, Staff Writer

September 19, 2012

Filed under Opinions

The recent and more rigid change to the dress code––forbidding leggings, tights, and jeggings unless worn with a top that reaches the knee––have me begging for uniforms. Even though only one word was altered in the handbook,... Read more »

Even a restrictive dress code promotes individuality

Anna McCloskey, Staff Writer

September 19, 2012

Filed under Opinions

Culture at BSM would not be the same if we were given uniforms. As a community of individuals, each with a unique style, we must be allowed to wear what we choose. Despite recent changes to the dress code and the resulting uproar,... Read more »

Paul Ryan’s pants are on fire

Will Jarvis, Staff Writer

September 13, 2012

Filed under Opinions

If you were to ask a marathon runner their last time, they could tell you in an instant without hesitation. For these elite athletes that spend countless hours training for this monumental task, running a marathon is their Super... Read more »

Remember 9/11

Remember 9/11

September 11, 2012

Paul Ryan will help Romney focus on his strength, the economy

Arthur Boyle, Staff Writer

September 10, 2012

Filed under Opinions

In the end, after hate ads have been forgotten, morals have been compromised, and ideology has been forsaken, presidential campaigns come down to one thing: “the economy, stupid”. Well-known political analyst (and liberal)... Read more »

Students concentrate on too many activities; can’t truly focus

Liza Magill, Staff Writer

May 11, 2012

Filed under Opinions

For incoming freshmen entering the University of Chicago class of 2016, the most popular major is “undecided,” with an over 50 percent rate. This is a developing trend nationwide, highlighting how our society has become so... Read more »