Opinion

Taking Baby Steps From Baby Back Ribs: An Argument for Flexitarianism

Sophia Lovell invites you to examine the little ways you could make your diet more eco-friendly.
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Should I Stay or Should I Go

Hannah Morley unpacks strategies to best address difficult housing changes amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
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Ahmaud Arbery Deserves Justice

Surya Swaroop shares why she believes Ahmaud Arbery deserves justice.
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ZOOMing in on the Effects of Digital Education

Peter Figueira discusses the potential impacts of the recent switch to online education.
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Welcome to Zoom University

Celine Pun gives a behind-the-scenes tour of Zoom University.
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Argument in the Office: Should You Get Married During College?

Do you need to walk across the graduation stage before you walk down the aisle? Joshen Mantai and Sara Rubin battle it out.
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COVID-19 Should Not Be Used as an Excuse To Implement Abortion Bans

Surya Swaroop shares her disdain for rollbacks on abortion amidst a global pandemic.
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Biden Or Bust

Sophia Lovell discusses the importance of voting regardless of whether your first-choice candidate is the nominee.
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Quarantine: Putting the ‘Social’ in Social Media

Veronica Vo examines how social media is being during the quarantine.
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Why You Should Really Stay Inside

Sophia Lovell urges students to be cautious and stay inside.
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Being Asian American in the Time of COVID-19

The nature of the pandemic and escalation of racism against Asian Americans has made me reflect on my own identity.
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Letter to the Editor: Divisiveness Will Not Elect a Stronger A.S.

Editor’s Note: Lea Toubian is a candidate for External Vice President for Local Affairs in this spring’s Associated Students election.
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Celebrating Earth Day’s 50th Anniversary In The Midst of Coronavirus

April 22 marks the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day, and while we are unable to convene in person to show our support, it is still very much a milestone worth commemorating.
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Letter From the Editor | The Importance of Reaffirming Independent Student Journalism

A.S. elections also allow students to vote on student lock-in fees — either to reaffirm an existing fee or to create a new one. This year, the Nexus is among those up for reaffirmation.
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When One Party Commits Voter Suppression, Democracy Suffers

Wisconsin is a microcosm of the national political sphere. The issues with voter suppression that arose on April 7 are being spoken of all across the country.
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