The members of the Editorial Board have written their opinions on politics, philosophy, current events, and culture. While the Board is composed of Republicans, Democrats, and Libertarians, they agree civility is the foundation of constructive dialogue.
Remember, let’s be polite
“The Bill of Rights is the most fundamental and imperative aspect of the Constitution. These intrinsic liberties separate a constitutional republic from a tyrannical usurpation. If these rights are infringed upon, there will be voices of righteous indignation reminding the American government they are of the people, by the people, and for the people.”
-Ethan Kim, Executive Editor
Let’s be respectful
“A man of honor seeks only tranquility. His conscience dictating him on keeping his word, protecting the weak, and staying true to his country. His desire for justice burns through his soul with a ferocity like none other. For he is the martial lord of loyalty, and the sovereign of peace; the prince of liberty and the protector of our posterity.”
-Charlie Park, Deputy Editor
But most of all
“While having a dream and working towards is fine, dreams should work to support and bring up society as a whole, not bring it down. It is through this collective action of everyone that society becomes better. Society should encourage people to serve and help others, not to be self-reliant and put the individual over all others.”
-Noah Chun, Editor-at-large
Let’s be outspoken
“The young men that were drafted in the military at the age of 18 made the ultimate sacrifice when they sprinted across the sands of Omaha beach. They died with honor, courage, and valor. We honor their legacy by molding America into the country of established freedom. We commemorate the fallen.”
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Editorials represent the sole opinion of the current Executive Editor. Op-eds may disagree with the Executive Editor or represent an opinion unique to the writer.