Matthew Unger Asst. News Editor


SU professors give insight into a post-Roe America

The 14th annual criminal justice symposium was held in Old Main Chapel on Sept. 8. The topic of discussion was abortion, with the event being titled, “Overturning Roe v. Wade: Making Abortion a Crime.”

Opinion commentary – ‘The Lorax’ should be preserved in National Film Registry

I am sure the majority of us have heard of the name Dr. Seuss. Over the course of his life, Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote and illustrated dozens of classic books that have immortalized his name in children’s literature. And to celebrate what would have been his 117th birthday today, I would like to talk about his famous book “The Lorax” and its 1972 short film adaptation. 

Commentary: Should daylight savings time be year-round?

At 2 a.m. on Nov. 1, our clocks fell back an hour. Daylight savings time has ended and we all got an extra hour of sleep. Who would not want that? Well, maybe it would have been better if the clocks did not fall back at all. Daylight savings time has always been a topic of debate. 

Commentary: Democrats can win back Senate in November

We are only two weeks away from Election Day, and while the big race on everybody’s mind is definitely the presidential race, there are many other interesting races going on as well — especially for the Senate.