Opinions

Opinions

Banning Parler creates a slippery slope

Imagine not being able to log into your Twitter account one day, not because you forgot the password, but because it has been deleted from the internet without a trace. That’s what happened to the free speech social media app, Parler. Gov. DeSantis on Jan. 14, at a legislative policy […]

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How safe will spring semester be?

Higher education was not spared from the severity of the coronavirus pandemic. Last fall Florida A&M University transitioned to full online instruction due to COVID-19. In the midst of the pandemic, a number of colleges were forced to shut down their on-campus housing and change in-person classes to online courses. […]

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We can’t forget 2020

Last year was a year of transparency for most. Between a global pandemic, racial tension, political schemes and racial injustices, it’s no secret that it was mentally exhausting. I empathize with those who desire to forget all of the devastating events that occurred in 2020, but that’s simply not an […]