Following Joe Flueckiger’s departure, the Editorial Board reflects on what it values most about Val and what changes they hope to see as dining transitions to new leadership.
In the wake of widespread misinformation and the mainstream media’s shortcomings in the ongoing Israel-Palestine conflict, the Editorial Board affirms The Student’s commitment to facilitate rigorous, well-informed dialogue as a journalistic publication on and for campus.
Amid the rising Covid cases, The Editorial Board proposes moderate policies that would provide students with resources to protect their health.
The Editorial Board advocates for the college to rethink the ways it approaches diversity on campus, post-affirmative action.
While sympathizing with their cost and waste concerns, The Editorial Board argues that the administration should have made a more nuanced decision than simply getting rid of to-go boxes, which enable students to meet their personal dining needs.
Amid the growing popularity of ChatGPT, the Editorial Board calls for the college to make curricular changes in defense of critical, original thought.
The administration has not yet decided how it will repurpose Valentine Dining Hall upon completion of the new student center. The Editorial Board urges students to consider how the wrong choice could create an off-kilter campus.