Editor-in-chief Kyle Walker reflects on how his race allows him to enjoy benefits that stem from the disadvantages that people of color inherit.
The Ferguson community and the nation at large showed a wide spectrum of responses to a grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson for Michael Brown’s death, including riots that sprung from frustration with the justice system. Managing Editor Conor Fellin and Student Writer Katie Nichols report.
By eschewing a proper prosecution and not building a case, St. Louis County Prosecutor Bob McCulloch showed preferential treatment to Officer Darren Wilson. Managing Editor Conor Fellin and Student Writer Katie Nichols discuss.
In light of the holiday season, the Collegian asked Student Writer Sam Beckmann to share his thoughts on the most delicious of Thanksgiving treats, and this is what he wrote.
Student Writer Hannah Kloppenburg shows that those who grew up with “The Cosby Show” must reconcile Cliff Huxtable’s family values with rape allegations against Cosby.
Last issue, Nate Beckemeyer argued that juries for cases relating to science should be composed exclusively of scientists. Managing Editor Conor Fellin disagrees, claiming that doing so would give institutions of science too much power.
After international and domestic students expressed interest in an improved shuttle system, Student Writer Vanessa Siemers helped ‘Cane Transit come up with a new plan.
Politics Writer Brennen VanderVeen believes Congressman Bridenstine’s vote for John Boehner as Speaker is a more strategic choice than last year’s opposition.
News Editor Nikki Hager outlines and analyzes Obama’s new program for undocumented parents of children born in the United States.