Copy Editor Will Vega shares his skepticism regarding Joe Biden’s centrist stance and gives his take as to what he would need to accomplish for the Democratic Party should he win the election.
How does Engagement Editor Cam Lareva justify ending “the concept of Monday through Friday, meaning there is no week and weekend, just a single week”?
According to Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy, a reformed cabinet could “lessen the divisiveness that racks our politics” and “provide a reason for everyone to be satisfied with the election’s outcome.”
Guest columnist Dr. Richard Bailey discusses the hypocrisy of political and social discourse in how inconsistently civility is cited as a criticism.
Opinion Contributor Mylan Hawkins talks about the importance of voting in not only the Presidential Election, but elections at the local and state levels as well.
Managing Editor Steph Wetzel has been involved with The Griffin since her freshman year but has loved journalism for even longer. Read about her experience with the Griffin and how it allowed her to meet new people and strengthen her writing.
Assistant Opinion Editor Patrick Healy warns that his White House reform proposal “may remind grizzled American voters of a child’s embrace of an open fire.”
The Griffin discuss what it is that they find funny and how humor has changed over the last few years. From Sitcoms to TikToks, a good laugh has never been more accessible
By Vaish Senthil Kumar