Entries by Raymond Rapada

The University must do more to address students’ well-being as the crisis it is.

In reality, there are many differences in the ways people grieve the loss of loved ones.

The question of whether standardized testing is good policy is a separate matter entirely, and there are arguments to be made for both sides.

Democrats need a new gameplan in order to defeat President Donald Trump.

In many ways, this article is a letter to our fellow students. College-bound students can seem like zombies wandering aimlessly into universities without questioning why. For many students, getting to college is only the first step in a journey of exploration — joining a club, making new friends or finding one’s passion. These years are […]

Although the matter is complex, I expected people to know the intricacies of the issue, especially given how much it is being covered.

Students should embrace a “texting while biking” ban as an opportunity to stay off their phones rather than a hindrance.

Students should take two- and one-unit classes to explore new things.

Without a healthy clash of ideology, the state has only one voice and one direction — not necessarily the right ones.