The Rubicon

Thinking Out Loud is a monthly column by Opinions Editor Jenny Ries.

[COLUMN] Thinking Out Loud: Find your shoes

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon April 27, 2021
Next year, other people will step into the shoes we wear right now.  But each year, people make those shoes their own. Some won’t step into any shoes at all, making new ones or going barefoot. But each of us will leave footprints on the communities we are a part of.
Thinking Out Loud is a monthly column by Opinions Editor Jenny Ries.

[COLUMN] Thinking Out Loud: Redefine what art means to you

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon March 8, 2021
If we broaden our definition of art, maybe we’ll find that we’re all artists, just by existing in the world and letting other people know that we’re here.
Thinking Out Loud is a monthly column by Opinions Editor Jenny Ries.

[COLUMN] Thinking Out Loud: Who’s your Valentine?

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon February 14, 2021
Whether it’s a romantic relationship, best friend, family member, or pet, what better time to stop and think about who that someone, or multiple someones, is in your life, and tell them that they’re important to you?
Thinking Out Loud is a monthly column by Opinions Editor Jenny Ries.

[COLUMN] Thinking Out Loud: Take space to rest today

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon December 16, 2020
Stepping back, taking space and time away from the pursuit of our goals, hopes, and dreams allows us to assess and reevaluate where we are and what our next steps will be.
Thinking Out Loud is a monthly column by Opinions Editor Jenny Ries.

[COLUMN] Thinking Out Loud: Remember the real story

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon December 10, 2020
It’s possible to celebrate loved ones and gratitude without it being in the context of a holiday glorifying colonial exploitation of Indigenous populations.
Thinking Out Loud is a monthly column by Opinions Editor Jenny Ries.

[COLUMN] Thinking Out Loud: Use privilege to promote equity

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon October 28, 2020
Is it possible for someone to work to dismantle inequitable power structures, while not only benefiting from them, but also being part of a system built to maintain them?
In this installment of The Third Way, Columnist Kieran Singh explores the validity of the 2020 Biden campaign.

[THE THIRD WAY] Goodbye. Here are a few of my wishes for the next few years.

Kieran Singh, Columnist May 23, 2019
As The Third Way comes to a close, columnist Kieran Singh looks to 2021.
In this installment of The Third Way, Columnist Kieran Singh explores the validity of the 2020 Biden campaign.

[THE THIRD WAY] Biden the bulldozer

Kieran Singh, Columnist May 9, 2019
It would be highly misguided for people to assume that Biden won’t win simply because he’s not as popular as Sanders, Buttigeig, or Warren on the internet.
[THE THIRD WAY] Yang gang?

[THE THIRD WAY] Yang gang?

Kieran Singh, Columnist March 14, 2019
In the running for a 2020 presidential nomination, Andrew Yang from Silicon Valley represents an unconventional choice.
The Current (Events): How memes influence today's journalism

The Current (Events): How memes influence today’s journalism

Jack Benson, Editor in Chief March 12, 2019
While memes can be funny, they can also spread false information and propaganda.
The Current (Events): You can handle the truth

The Current (Events): You can handle the truth

Jack Benson, Editor in Chief February 14, 2019
Through algorithms and the intrinsic property of the internet to create space for echo chambers, one can too easily have to struggle to find the truth.
[THE THIRD WAY] Emergency or farce?

[THE THIRD WAY] Emergency or farce?

Kieran Singh, Columnist January 13, 2019
Columnist Kieran Singh discusses his thoughts on the federal government shutdown.
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