Opinion

Something ISU prides itself on is being an environmentally friendly campus. It is no doubt that we have a gorgeous campus—beautiful trees, colorful flowers, crazy squirrels and pretty insects.

In the ongoing pandemic, there have been a countless number of people whose lives have been changed and have had to deal with the cost of the care they received if they had the virus.

As a gamer, I have a widespread taste in video games. I can go from a 2-D platformer to a first-person shooter within an hour. 

Midterms are upon us and with all that work comes an even bigger pile of stress. Unfortunately, there are few opportunities to relieve that stress, which can cause problems for students. That is why students should get mental health days. 

With a majority of the world’s population being right-handed, few left-handed products exist. As lefties, we are responsible for adjusting to the right-handed world.

There are many misconceptions about sororities in the Panhellenic Community—tons of hazing, paying for friends, party animals, etc.—and while it may be true on other campuses, I can assure you Indiana State’s Panhellenic community is different.

The American flag is supposed to represent freedom. Many years ago, our Founding Fathers came to this land to start a new life, and when they did, they planted the flag into American soil. 

The love for music is undeniable and exists in all of us. Although our favorite genres may vary, it is difficult to find someone who does not like music at all.

I think it is safe to say that 2020 has been a terrible year. From COVID-19 and quarantine, to famous celebrities passing away, to the stress of the upcoming presidential election, it seems like there is no light at the end of the tunnel. 

This past week, the ISU Board of Trustees made the decision to eliminate spring break and push back the start date of next semester back a week. 

The Indiana State Board of Trustees issued a decision to cancel spring break for the Spring 2021 semester, which will now start a week later than usual. Although canceling spring break may be for the best, many students are unhappy. 

As we all aware by now, Trump and his wife both have the coronavirus. This is quite hysterical considering his beliefs about the virus. 

Things are getting more and more out of hand. I don’t follow politics that much, and I don’t like Trump, but even though he’s sick, I don’t wish him ill will. I don’t think he should get death threats from Facebook users.

“Are you registered to vote?” is probably all you have heard for several months now. You most likely see voting advertisements on your social media accounts and on television. 

Terre Haute is close to a few great coffee shops, parks and cities; one of them is Casey, IL. Big things in a small town is amazing and is a must visit place. 

Apple recently released its newest update, iOS 14, which came with a handful of changes. These changes help users to get more creative and artsy than ever before.

Isn’t it ironic that the president who calls all immigrants and the lower income class “freeloaders” has paid significantly less in taxes than the immigrants and individuals in the lower income class he is referring to? 

Recently, it has been weighing on my mind just how hard we humans are on ourselves. We look in a mirror and pick out every minuscule flaw that we hate about ourselves.