President Donald Trump seems to attract controversy like a magnet, branding daily headlines of news organizations across the country. This magnetism stems from his radical behavior and outlandish comments, but his most recent unprofessional remarks toward women has made many headlines this month. This repugnant treatment must stop.
In a staggering generational shift, at least 20 percent of millennials identify as LGBTQ+, according to a 2017 survey published by GLAAD. With this demographic shift, inclusion has grown increasingly imperative in all areas—perhaps most visibly on college campuses.
Occupying a substantial portion of the Bill of Rights, due process and the rights of the accused are foundational in our justice system. The accused is innocent until proven guilty. The burden of proof rests on the accuser. Guilt must be proven beyond reasonable doubt.
Andrea Farrington was at work when a security guard she previously turned down for a date shot her three times. She was days away from turning 21 years old.
For the first time in history, a woman will lead the largest command in the United States Army. While this may not seem like a major deal, this serves as a considerable moment of female empowerment and a reminder that despite how far we’ve come, we still have a long way to go when it comes to gender equality.
Geneseo students are held to an academically high standard, but it all depends on what degree they pursue. While professors offer students the best they can, the college still does not focus on the variety of concepts there are to learn at a liberal arts college.
The state of New York enacted a law on July 1 that would make mental health education classes mandatory for students in grades K-12. New York is the first state to take this critical step toward destigmatizing mental illness for all ages, but other states should take note.
Last week, The Lamron published an article calling for the end of Humans vs. Zombies on campus due to participants’ supposed lack of sensitivity surrounding constant school shootings. The hyperbolic nature of the piece draws attention to a recurring theme in modern day politics.