A Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

I can’t believe I’m writing this letter. It seems like just yesterday that I was a freshman attending Orientation and here I am graduating. I got extremely lucky with The Talon and being editor-in-chief will be an experience I will forever be grateful for. Let me tell you how I ended up here. My Freshman Orientation leader happened … Continue reading A Letter from the Editor-in-Chief


6 Things to Do this Summer

By Allison Kamel It feels like it was just Christmas a few days ago. In reality, though, we’re wrapping up the 2017 spring semester. Just a few finals to go and then it’ll be summer. Summer means no stress, freedom, lots of time and eventually boredom. We all hit that point in the summer when … Continue reading 6 Things to Do this Summer

Op-Ed: Directionless Democratic Party Must Embrace Progressivism

By Michael Sutter In February, progressive Democrats saw DNC chair candidate Keith Ellison as just what the doctor ordered. Ellison, a representative from Minnesota, was endorsed by popular progressives Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and had a surprising amount of momentum heading into the election. In spite of Ellison’s long list … Continue reading Op-Ed: Directionless Democratic Party Must Embrace Progressivism