Recently the St. Louis Post-Dispatch covered a potential change in legislation that requires police officers to not only record the ethnicity of whomever they pull over, which they have been doing for years, but also the perceived sexual orientation, religion, disability, and English language proficiency. Recording ethnicities began to gather information on who exactly the cops are pulling over.
Sarah O’Daniel | Reporter
From Print [Dec. 1, 2015] | Legacy
Only a few hours after Halloween ended, my various newsfeeds began to explode with articles and rantings about the “proper etiquette” on how to act while wishing others good cheer over the holidays. The problem that presented itself was the fact that every one of these posts said something different. While some Christians shared posts that advocated the saying of “Merry Christmas,” others shared posts that advocated “Happy Holidays”. […]
Tyler Tousley | Opinions Editor
From Print [November 17, 2015] | Legacy
When Starbucks revealed that it would be removing the Christmas-themed decorations from its winter cups, leaving them to be a gradient from a light red to a dark red, many people declared it a “war on Christmas.” […]
Brayden Parker | Sports Editor
Nov. 13, 2015; 6:00 p.m.
Not concerned about the game they love, not worried about the status of their scholarships, nor distressed about their football program’s image, these young men decided to stand together in support of an idea in which they strongly believed. […]
Devin King | Reporter
Jason Wiese | Culture Editor
Two writers discuss their differing viewpoints on ‘Star Wars’. With the new movie coming out fans are getting excited while others just wish the franchise would stop already. […]