And because we know that there is a vast racial disparity concerning the prognosis of those diagnosed with coronavirus, the continued effort to open a campus in an in-person format means that BIPOC students, staff, groundskeepers, dining hall workers, and instructors will disproportionately be forced to deal with the repercussions.
Surfing has become my personal coping mechanism for quarantine blues. Completely new to the sport, I found an old board in my grandma’s basement and decided it would be the perfect pastime to explore in Miami.
What has been particularly frustrating in the ensuing events since the TikTok video surfaced for me has been the administration’s quick blaming of students.
In short, the kids are not alright. The current freshmen have been in quarantine for months while the federal government failed to adequately test, or even develop a plan.
Spring has long been celebrated as a season of renewal. Part of the renewal of spring lies in its potential. It is the time to plant what we will later reap. This is as true for ideas as it is for flowers and vegetable gardens.
Khashoggi’s death, his immigrant status, and Trump’s joy for money remind us that the United States executive branch does not care for journalism
Among the laundry list of millennial hallmarks I can’t stand lies the phrase “entitlement,” closely followed by Tinder and veganized pastries.
If not even those who belong to the United States’ highest court of law can be held accountable, who can?
When Studio Music and Jazz department chair John Daversa asked me to photograph his "American Dreamers" recording session last March, I thought I was signing up for a fly-on-the-wall kind of job.
Body positivity can often be easier said than done.
My dad sounds like the Cuban Tucker Carlson, minus the arrogant smirk.
Florida has a choice this November: Fight for a better and safer future or elect the people who will threaten Florida’s safety and very existence.