Honor Council’s Forum for Reflection and Reform

By Mary Grace Richardson, Editor-in-Chief Bad behavior from companies, politicians and celebrities fill the front page of our news. For those who haven’t completely disengaged from hearing or reading the most recent events, we’re bracing ourselves for which industry giant or hero will disappoint us with one wrongdoing or another today. Some current T-birds came […]

Uber: Owning A Car is Becoming A Thing Of The Past

Last Tuesday, just after the California DMV revoked self-driving vehicle registrations, Arizona governor Doug Doucey welcomed Uber’s self-driving pilot program to Tempe. His statement: “Arizona welcomes Uber’s self-driving cars with open arms and wide open roads. While California puts the brakes on innovation and change with more bureaucracy and more regulation, Arizona is paving the […]

Neutrality Is Not an Option: #deleteUber and Preemptive Politics

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By Chris Barton, Co-Editor Last Friday, our new president signed an executive order which banned immigration from seven majority Muslim countries and blocks all Syrian refugees indefinitely. The responses to the ban were immediate, impassioned, and divisive. Chaos erupted as immigration officials tried to parse through the unclear order; travelers were detained at airports; protests […]

Post-Election Acts of Self-Care to Get You Through the Weekend

By Mary Grace Richardson, Staff Writer  Thank goodness the election is over, right? Or maybe not. If your neck is sore from shaking your head or if spontaneous outbursts have kept you from wearing your mascara this week, here are recommended activities to help you ease into our post-election future. Sage Cleanse Your Room If it’s […]