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Opinions Editor Ben Panko criticizes the inequality of priority registration, namely why he has to get up at 7 a.m.
Sophomore Stephanie Manley attacks the use of academic-enhancing drugs in college as unfair and dangerous.
Opinions Assistant Gigi Dejoy breaks down the ups and downs of Pig Roast, and gives you tips to party like a pro this Saturday.
The opinion assistant attacks the stereotype that women who hook up are seeking more than just to have fun, and thinks the hook-up culture needs more equality.
Opinion Assistant Ben Panko explains why gender and sex inequality is still alive and well at Richmond 50 years after the publication “The Feminine Mystique.”
Freshman Molly Rossi explains with a moving personal story why people should stop joking and start seriously discussing mental illness such as ADD.
Junior Patrick Love explains how he would increase student involvement in important decision-making if he were elected president of the RCSGA.
Sophomore Andrew Valenski, a former member of the men’s track and field team, explains why he does not think Richmond is “Fulfilling the Promise.”
Abby Kloppenburg writes her final article as opinion editor, and reflects on how her experiences at Richmond have changed her.
Junior Brendan Rhatican returns to the opinion pages to say that hook-ups degrade both the men and women involved.