BY KARL SJOGREN
In a democracy, everyone’s vote is equal (except in the U.S., of course). It doesn’t matter if you are an economist, fisher, or janitor — one vote is one vote. This is what makes democracy so beautiful, but is is also what makes democracy a cause for concern.
BY LOGAN JAMES
BY ALLEN HARDIMAN
Why College Should
Not Be Free
The Achilles Heel
It costs 1.8 cents to manufacture each penny. Dealing with pennies is a huge cost in terms of opportunity costs. Pennies does not facilitate trade. The penny is getting less and less valuable each year.
It's time that we kill the penny.
The gender pay gap has been one of the central themes of the twenty-first century; yet, the debate is misconstrued and misunderstood by both those advocating to close it, and those who do not believe it exists.
Your purchase is telling the farmer that his fertilizer is acceptable, even if it’s detrimental to the environment. You’re telling the factory boss in Bangladesh that his methods are acceptable, even if they are using slave labor.
BY AUSTIN MACIEY
BY CELESTE BARBER
American voters are expressing a lack of confidence in free trade and question whether the purpose of a corporation is to maximize shareholder wealth. These two ideas have guided U.S. economic policies for decades. Why are they tarnished in the minds of voters across the political spectrum?
BY MERCER MAY
BY KARL SJOGREN
BY ALYSSA DURANT
Contrary to what the internet has been poking fun at recently; the vegan diet is a lot more than just hipsters trying to shove their ethics down people’s throat. What we eat has a greater influence on the world than simply morals and animal rights. The transition to a plant-based diet is the first baby step in doing your part to gain personal benefits and save the planet.