I’m pro-choice, but…

May 21, 2018

The polarizing nature of politics forces us to choose sides. When it comes to the legality of abortion, you are either pro-choice or pro-life. Neither title comes close to encapsulating all of the nuances, all […]

If karma were real

May 21, 2018

I’d like to think karma is real, but if it truly existed in the way we believe, the consequences would be far more drastic. For starters, all the super hot girls with shitty personalities prone […]

Make A Wish for Adults

May 4, 2017

I was recently fortunate enough to get a hold of some really good tickets to see my favorite NBA team. These seats were the kind a guy like me doesn’t get very often, if at […]

The MLS’s Value to Soccer

April 4, 2017

The MLS has tasted struggle. It knows what it’s like to be close to failure. Its predecessor, the NASL, was one, and at times it felt like that might be the MLS’s own destiny. That […]

A Call for Compromise

March 5, 2017

Political discourse in this country is failing us. Our debates have turned into competitive showdowns where the predominant goal is to advance one’s ideology. There are no calls for solutions, no spirit of compromise. Political […]

The NBA’s Best Arena Names

January 10, 2017

You might have seen NBA arena rankings before, but probably not the ranking of the best arena names. Well, you should, and so here it is. But what makes a good arena name? A historic […]

What’s Missing in America

January 2, 2017

When people are this pissed off, it means both sides are missing something. There is no common ground, no happy medium that would serve as a starting point to begin mending the deep divisions that […]

The Way Millennials Are

November 29, 2016

Across our college campuses, intellectual pursuit, one of the great hallmarks of higher learning, is being sacrificed so nobody’s feelings are hurt and only preapproved language is spoken. Millennial students are easily offended, acting out […]

The Mistake in Legislating Language

October 17, 2016

The New York Times had an article about the steps some universities take to ensure their students understand cultural differences. The opening of the piece begins with a nervous incoming freshman wondering if it was […]