In Spite of Protests, Yale Will Not Rename Calhoun College

In Spite of Protests, Yale Will Not Rename Calhoun College

Yale University announced Wednesday that it will keep the name of a residential college named after John C. Calhoun, 19th century alumnus and slavery supporter. It will, however, eliminate the title of “master” in favor of “head of college.” This … More »

Convicted Murderer Wants State to Pay for Sex Change

Convicted Murderer Wants State to Pay for Sex Change

Tennent Brown IV is no stranger to writing things in prison. In 2003, Brown spent time in prison after stalking a Charleston French teacher, Mary Lynne Witherspoon, breaking into her home and stealing her underwear. While incarcerated, Brown penned a … More »

The Ghomeshi Verdict and Why Justice Prevailed

The Ghomeshi Verdict and Why Justice Prevailed

I have personally, in my own life, watched guilty men walk free. I never lost faith in the system that allowed that to happen, however, because I understand the pressure placed on the courts. The courts hold a very special, … More »

Students at UC Berkeley Want Free On-Campus Abortions

Students at UC Berkeley Want Free On-Campus Abortions

A student senate bill at The University of California in Berkeley, Senate Resolution 69, is calling for on-campus access to medical abortions. As reported by The Daily Californian, this bill was passed last Wednesday during a regular meeting. Photo by … More »