Sarah Howard


The Electoral College is still necessary

The Electoral College is a constitutional institution, even though it is not necessarily named as such. It was originally outlined in Article II, Section 1 of the constitution and the process was later updated through the addition of the Twelfth Amendment.

A lack of humanity breeds stress

This past week I was stressed out. Two weeks before that, I was stressed out. The week before that, well I’m sure you can see the pattern by now.

Milo Yiannopoulos should be allowed to speak

If you supported Bill Nye’s presence on campus, then you would have to be a hypocrite to speak against Milo Yiannopoulos’ upcoming event. Bill Nye came to campus last year to give his opinions on teaching evolution in schools, an idea some Alabama residents heavily oppose.

Conservatives should consider Evan McMullin

This election year has seemed to many to be a choice between two evils. The Republican and Democratic parties have never been so split before and with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as the sponsored candidates, many citizens are finding that their moral compass is directing them away from either of ...

GMOs have the potential to ease strain on earth

The world’s population is expected to increase by 2.3 billion people by the year 2050. This dramatic growth will require the production of 70 percent more food than we are able to cultivate now. 

Everyone is Irish

Over spring break, I had the pleasure to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day in Savannah, GA for one of the largest festivals in the country.

The case for campus carry

Everyone knows the saying “you shouldn’t bring a knife to a gun fight.” I propose a more relevant and updated version: “Don’t be unarmed in case of an active shooter.” The same principle applies, ensuring the importance of being able to defend yourself adequately and appropriately for whatever ...