by Catherine Xu ('22) The model minority must not Speak About injustice Lest we fall from grace Blind, deaf, pandering to a society That shuffles us to the side And calls it freedom and equality ----- Has race become a sickness? ----- I don my mask when I go out But I can’t mask my … Continue reading asian/american
By Rena Lenchitz (‘23) To be frank, I am not quite sure where to begin. Alex Trebek, host of television show Jeopardy!, has passed away, and I am at a lost for words. When it was first announced, I received such overwhelming love and support from friends and community members that it seemed as if … Continue reading A Tribute to Trebek: An Icon of Intelligence, A Commander of Curiosity, A Hero of Hope
by Catherine Xu ('22) We will inherit this earth The trees that whisper in the wind And the blazing destruction of wildfires The laughing mercurial sky Sunny days and snowy nights And all of the rage of hurricanes The anguish of tornadoes We will inherit it all ~ The ground beneath our feet Is not … Continue reading a duty of care (voting as an investment in the future)
by Kylie Bachmann ('24) COVID -19 has created a whirlwind of a year for people all over the world, and college students are not exempted from its effects. While many universities, including the University of Cincinnati, have decided that returning to campus can be done in a safe and responsible manner, that isn’t to say … Continue reading How Likely Are Students to be Honest with the COVID Check App?