The case of the U.S. v. Elizabeth Holmes, et al, has a context going back to 2003. Here’s the history of Holmes’ company, Theranos, and some thoughts about the trial.
The Craighead County Jonesboro Public Library set up a display of LGBTQ books for Pride Month. Some parents are saying the display is “confusing” or “traumatizing” to their children. Here’s why this is ridiculous.
Discord has recently released Student Hubs, where students can use their student email to connect to other students from their school on Discord. But what is Discord? What’s a Hub? And is it worth joining?
Sports editor Rebecca Robinson explains how Texas’s newest bills on abortion could have harmful effects on women.
President Biden has announced that he plans to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan this year. But instead of feeling any strong way about it, I mostly feel confused.
A-State currently has a Silver Award for Bicycle Friendly University from The League of American Bicyclists. But are they really that bike friendly?
Despite an ongoing pandemic and struggling students, the Credit/No Credit option will not be available for Spring 2021.
Amazon warehouse workers and drivers are overworked to the point where many are forced to relieve themselves in bottles to meet delivery quotas. Amazon denies this.
Arkansas state legislature has recently passed two bills which discriminate against transgender individuals, and there is a third bill in committee. Here’s a breakdown of those bills, and why they are transphobic and discriminatory.
The trial of Derek Chauvin began on March 29. Here’s an explanation on the background of the case, and my thoughts on it.