• Two Opinions On Gay Marriage

    Opinion #1 comes from a student at Texas A&M University. He is reporting on the campus response to all of the recent GLBT news. Tensions have been running high on the campus of Texas A&M University this week, with the introduction of Student Senate Bill 65-70, referred to as The GLBT Funding Opt-Out Bill. This bill would allow any student who feels religiously opposed to the funding of the GLBT Resource Center on the campus of Texas A&M to opt-out of this portion of the mandatory University Advancement Fee. The GLBT Resource Center is located in Cain Hall. There are bookshelves lined with research aids, as well as pamphlets which…

  • God & Tragedy: 2012 In Review

    God and Tragedy In the wake of the shootings that occurred in the year 2012, and the reaction they engendered, I found it to be a good time to talk about a few of the issues America as a nation has been faced with. Firstly, the initial reaction to any tragedy such as this is horror – as it should be. Compassion and prayers for the families affected should be first and foremost on our minds and hearts for those who have lost loved ones, and for the children who underwent this horrible trauma. The larger question remains, however. What is the source of this endemic? Newtown was not an…

  • The Dilemma: Guys At The Clubs

    The Dilemma: Guys at the Clubs             Imagine this scene: You are at the club with your girlfriends having an awesome time, just dancing away, when a guy comes up and starts grinding on you. You are particularly carefree tonight, so you let him. The night goes on, and he asks you for your number, so you think, “eh, whatever,” and you give it to him. He texts you the next day, y’all have lunch, and then he never talks to you again. This happened to one of my friends, and it just proves a little point that I have: if you meet a guy at the club, it will…