Kamryn Tomlinson, DN Design
OPINION

Black-ing Out History

When our curriculum centers its lessons on a sanitized version of history, students are not taught how to respect and appreciate cultures different from their own, resulting in insensitivity and distrust toward people of color. 


BYTE

Why Hallmark Movies should be on your Valentine's Day Watchlist

Imagine you are sitting on your couch on a romantic Valentine's Day, flipping through channels or scrolling through streaming apps. One genre is prevalent across all platforms: romance movies. They are everywhere but nothing can beat the carefully crafted formula of Valentine’s Hallmark movies. Filled with C-list actors, cliche plot lines, and over-the-top romance, what more can you ask for? 



Getty Images, photo courtesy; Maggie Getzin, DN Design
OPINION

Grieving without guilt

My relationship with my grandmother had always been strained. You would think it would make losing her easier, but it actually made it a lot harder. 


Maggie Getzin, DN Design
OPINION

Unearned Return

If Ball State accepts Theta Chi’s attempt to come back and reestablish a new chapter, Ball State’s administration will be setting a dangerous precedent for Greek Life organizations.



BYTE

How Taylor Swift takes Sad Girl Autumn to another level with ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’

When Taylor Swift’s Red first came out over nine years ago, I vividly remember going to the mall, walking into Justice, and seeing stacks and stacks of the CDs next to the sparkly camisoles; meanwhile, “I Knew You Were Trouble” was playing over the store speakers. Now I am 20, and in my anticipation of the rerelease of Red, I felt the exact same butterflies in my stomach as my 11-year-old self did that day inside Justice. 


Alex Hindenlang, DN Design
OPINION

One Last Lap

There’s nothing wrong with five, or three, or taking a gap semester and coming back to study something completely different than what you originally had planned.



Alex Hindenlang, DN Illustration, John Lynch, DN Photo
OPINION

Wounds at home

Rittenhouse was always going to get away with murder, not because of the facts of the situation, but because of the country we live in, a system that prioritizes white innocence over the suffering of others.







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