Rape prevention should focus on perpetrators It is time to have a serious discussion about rape. The recent [ed. — November 14] opinion article “Discussing Rape Prevention” makes bold statements regarding how rape prevention is handled by our society. I disagree strongly with the statement that “strategies that target only the perpetrators of sexual assault […]
Columnist Sarah Muir argues against the “prior and persistent” sentencing statute’s allowance of life sentences for nonviolent criminals.
Columnist Laknath Gunathilake discusses how a more rewarding GPA scale could provide better motivation for students.
Editor Emily Battmer encourages students to get into the holiday spirit.
Megan Archer comments on the average Truman student’s study habits.
With finals approaching along with end-of-year parties, columnist Parker Moyer has some tips for relieving hangovers.
After reading about a planned controversial anti-immigrant event, columnist John Riti would like readers to know the benefits of immigration for small towns.
Columnist Andrea Trierweiler asks social media users stop cluttering her Facebook newsfeed with selfies.
As a student double-majoring in biology and English, columnist Conor Gearin has heard negative attitudes toward both his fields of study, but he explains how the two are important complements for each other.