“Instead of a season of helplessness, let’s make it a season of hopefulness, one where you show your activism by your actions,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
“If you can’t remember the last time you checked your survival kit, it’s probably time to do it again,” writes D. Louise Brown.
“This latest crisis is a reminder that we all need to work to make our online lives more robust,” writes David Ferro.
“Encouraging a cat population on our campus places both birds and ourselves at substantial risk,” writes Sam Zeveloff
“The most important challenge of Banned Book Week isn’t the challenges made against the books, but the challenge to ourselves to open our minds and read,” writes E. Kent Winward
Police officers were justified Feb. 21 when they killed Nicolas Sanchez outside a Roy convenience story, Weber County Attorney Chris Allred ruled. Readers overwhelmingly agreed.
“In the end my parents did a bang-up job responding to a child who did things differently than they or the previous children did. Because of attempts to cut corners, I can spot those habits in my children,” writes Meg Sanders.
“Call me paranoid, if you will, but it’ll take some convincing to make me believe otherwise,” writes Don Porter.