OpEds

OpEd: Freedom of Speech on YouTube

OpEd: Freedom of Speech on YouTube

Have you ever sat back and wondered, “Is there a way that my opinion can be heard by others?” As strange of an opening sentence that may be, I am hoping that this will not only answer that question to those who are asking it, […]

OpEd: Changing The Conversation: What Switched at Birth is Doing Right

OpEd: Changing The Conversation: What Switched at Birth is Doing Right

Over the past few weeks, ABC Family’s Switched at Birth has been exploring the topic of campus rape. While many television shows have been jumping headfirst into the touchy subject, their attempts have fallen flat or ended too quickly. Switched at Birth, however, is approaching […]

Op-Ed: The Fifteen Seconds of Generation

Op-Ed: The Fifteen Seconds of Generation

You have fifteen seconds; the length of an Instagram video, to answer the following questions thoroughly and completely.  When those fifteen seconds have elapsed, please gather your things and go. – Who are you? – – What do you seek? – – Why are you […]

Op-Ed: 5 Seconds Of Summer May Not Be Saving Pop-Punk, But They’re Representing It

Op-Ed: 5 Seconds Of Summer May Not Be Saving Pop-Punk, But They’re Representing It

When looking around at a 5 Seconds of Summer show, the first thing you notice is the hordes of girls that rival Fall Out Boy’s early amphitheater crowds. Let’s be honest, the Black Clouds and Underdogs Tour was filled with girls in love with Pete […]

OpEd: Reinventing Independent – How Megan & Liz Are Doing It Right

OpEd: Reinventing Independent – How Megan & Liz Are Doing It Right

If you live in New York City, you’ve probably seen the giant YouTube billboards in SoHo and posters scattered throughout the transit system. Over the past few years, the video sharing site has become less of a replacement for America’s Funniest Home Videos, to a career […]