Pros and Cons of a Trump America

By Ray White Staff Writer It is no secret that the 2016 presidential election will go down in American history as one of the most controversial and volatile elections this country has seen. When it comes to conversation about President Donald John Trump, there are opinions on both […]

Trump’s Messing with the Oscars

By Armand Butera Entertainment Editor With President Trump’s insistence on an immigration ban on several countries, everyone, especially those who immigrated to the United States, have been walking on eggshells. Although a nationwide halt on the ban was ordered by Seattle federal judge James Robart on Jan. 29 […]

Dave Miles of Crisis Safety

By David Miles Director of Public Safety In the last edition of The Equinox, the editor wrote in her “Editor’s Desk” column about how “Accidents Raise Safety Questions.” The university has voiced concerns on many occasions to try and address the issue of pedestrians being struck on River […]

DeVos Confirmation

By Elizabeth White Senior Reporter After a close vote, the Senate confirmed Betsy DeVos as Education Secretary on Feb. 7, according to an article in NPR. Fifty out of fifty-two Republican senators voted for DeVos. Two Republican senators, Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, voted […]